Thursday, October 25, 2012


You may think you have seen this one before, but I don’t think so.   I showed you Buffie's paper pieced focus square quilt.  I showed you Deb’s quilt.  And I may have shown you pieces of mine, but above is my finished quilt.  Got that…FINISHED! 
This quilt was so much fun to make and even more fun hunting for those special focus squares for the center of each block and then trading with others in the Happy Scrapper's Bee.  This is my prince charming. (Maybe he needs a kiss.)
I love the fabric I found for the back and bet my great grandchild will too.
This is a close up.  What child wouldn’t like to be wrapped up in this!  Buffie was so right - she has made a paper piecer out of me.  I want to make another one.

On Another Note:   Sew We Quilt has a tutorial for a darling table runner.  It would make a great gift.

Also: Yesterday when I put out a call for gift ideas, someone suggested pot holders.  I love this one because it is different, creative and uses scraps.  Check out Fairy Face Designs for the tutorial. 

Until next time,

Stay Calm! Stay Kind! Stay Positive!


Terry said...

It's just beautiful! Congratulations! :0)

Karen said...

Your quilt is wonderful and the backing is adorable. What a great gift for a grandie!

Mary said...

Your quilt is wonderful. You did such a beautiful job. Love the backing. Your great grandchild is going to love it. Thank you for sharing.

Ellie Q said...

Love it! It's so happy!

Vicky F said...

Hi Caroll,
I guess you had better stick to paper piecing! Your log cabin quilt came out so darned cute!
Looks like retirement is suiting you well!
Vicky F

Mama Pea said...

I love it! It turned out so cute! I love the back, too! Wow, Caroll, I still have 1--count 'em 1--block done. I love the backing. It's fantastic!

Nancy Page said...

This quilt is amazing and so, so fun - also bright and cheery! Love it, Love it, Love it!! Thank you for sharing and for the great links.

Have a super great sewing and stitching day.

Cheryll said...

I just LOVE the eye spy kids quilt. Will make one of those for sure!!! :)

Jeanne said...

This is so cute! You did wonderful work.


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