Wednesday, December 14, 2011


I have a couple cute things to show you today.  Yvonne Banning made this darling monkey quilt for her granddaughter.
This is a close up of the quilt.  I love this pattern.  It is from the book Polka Dot Kids Quilts by That Patchwork Place.  The pattern is Nap Time Monkey.  Someone is going to be thrilled snuggling up with this darling quilt!
Sharon Brown made these cute ornaments and small gift.  She said she saw the links on previous blog posts and clicked, got the patterns, and made them.  Aren’t they cute!  The larger item is filled with a bag of microwave popcorn and would make a nice neighbor/co-worker gift.  Don’t you just love that black glove that is the hat!  I think you can find one of the links on this post and the other link on this post.  So get busy and made some of these cute items too!

In the meantime, Quilt Trends has a beautiful free project for you.  This is a great item to get started on during those long winter months. 
Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Mama Pea said...

Cute ideas, Caroll. Love that sock monkey quilt. I am such a sucker for sock monkey!

Allie said...

LOVE that sock monkey quilt! And wow Sharon didn't waste any time, lol - so cute! Beautiful duvet cover, thanks for the link!

Lynn said...

The sock monkey quilt is too cute!


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