Friday, May 29, 2009

Wonderland Quilt

First of all, I'm speechless. I can't believe the response to the SewMamaSew giveaway day!
(But really, who can resist that Arcadia fabric? I just wish I had many more Charm Packs to giveaway!)

Well, I'm listing the Wonderland quilt in the etsy shop.
This little piece of Diary of a Quilter/Design Mom history can be yours!
I had originally planned to do this quilt in the reds, but pink is what I had available and it works! It makes it a girl quilt, but not your typical pink-girl-baby quilt. I'm also really pleased with the pieced back. Subtle but different.
Mmmm.

11 comments:

  1. oh i adore these quilts. lovely combinations!!!

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  2. I love this quilt every time I see it!

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  3. I love the pink. The back is great. I think the print stands out more with that solidish portion. You 'see' more of that wonderful print, as opposed to an overall pattern.

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  4. I recently bought some half yards of wonderland... I wish my quilt looks half as nice as yours!!!

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  5. I love your Wonderland baby quilt and had to share with my readers your great charm pack tutorial from back in April. I linked to it on my blog at Craft Gossip.

    http://quilting.craftgossip.com/tutorial-charm-pack-baby-quilts/2009/05/30/

    Scarlett Burroughs
    Quilting Editor, Craft Gossip

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  6. Lovely quilt - I always like a pieced back.

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