Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Get Your Mrs. Clause On Doll Quilts

I have  a button on the side of my blog that is a link to StichinTherapy, a blog that accepts little dolls quilts for cradles and beds. Debbie, her husband and volunteers work with charitable organizations to make Christmas happen for needy children.
The two little quilts I made are about 12"x18" and should fit in the bottom of cradles. The quilts were made with 2 1/2" jelly roll strips and yardage given to me by my friend, Sharon Vrooman  during "Pay it Forward". They have been washed, dried and are as crinkly soft as they look.
I will post a picture of these little quilts later this month on Megan's blog, CrookedSeams, for her monthly challenge, "Let Me See Your Jelly Roll!". The button for jelly roll challenge is on the side of my blog..

8 comments:

Vroomans' Quilts said...

HAHA - thought that fabric looked familiar! Very cute and what a great idea to put those in the next JR challenge.

Impera_Magna said...

Very pretty doll quilts, Mrs. Claus... uh, I mean... Sheila! Ya done good!

Catherine said...

You make sweet doll quilts. I love the fabric in your 16 patch blocks.

Thank you for visiting my blog and thank you for the nice comments on my RWB blocks. Those are the first blocks I`ve sewn and I have some in progress since I gained more confidence.

I`m happy to hear others like my pictures. Our desert is changing so fast. We are in a 19 year drought and this is the first year there were no wildflowers. Something will most likely take their place.

Thanks again. I enjoy your blog. It`s very newbie quilter friendly.

Cyn ;-) said...

Your little doll quilts are absolutely darling!
You have a heart as big as all outdoors - You are an inspiration! Nice work. Hugs to you!

Mama Spark said...

Great idea!! These are adorable!!

Terri said...

Super sweet dollies. They are U!
Hugs

KatieQ said...

The doll quilts are really sweet. It sounds like a great cause to sew for.

Megan said...

Those doll blocks are adorable and such a great way to use up scraps! How did you get those tiny pieces so precise and straight?

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