I have an older (2005) book, Alphabet Quilts, with some really cute quilts in it. All have letters in them. This is the first one I’ve made from the book.
The border is a fabric I’ve had for at least ten years that I’ve always liked. I can’t see it when it’s on the shelf so decided I should put it in a quilt. The border is quilted in a double cable and the baskets and letters are outlined. It finished at about 27 x 32.
I put the quilt on a picket fence in front of my bay window for the photo. The fence keeps my dog from going through the old glass windows. Everything outside was very wet but the sun was out (finally) so there’s a glare at the top.
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A few weeks ago, Lori at The Inbox Jaunt had a tutorial for free motion heart doodles and gave away the little quilt she made. I was the lucky winner! She called it the Valentine Doodle Quilt so I thought today would be the perfect day to share it.
She even made a special label to put on the back.
She does a lot of tutorials and takes beautiful pictures so be sure to check out her blog. And thank you again, Lori, for the pretty little quilt. I love hearts!
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One of my nice friends sent me a pattern for this little quilt. I still haven’t decided if I should ‘age’ it or leave the letters as is. What do you think?