Tuesday, April 3, 2018


Last week while at the Attic Window Quilt Shop, Karen showed us a quilt that she made.  As I remember she said she made this quilt for the West Michigan Quilters Guild challenge.  It is awesome.  She chose to use the letter G and make this stunning giraffe quilt.  As you will see everything on the quilt is "Giraffe."
 We were in awe by all the thought that Karen put into making this quilt.  Click on the picture for a closer look.
 If you look closely, every bit of fabric on this quilt contains a giraffe.  Check out the sun.
 Even the tree trunk is giraffe and each flower petal is a giraffe.
 Even the little pins on the giraffe are giraffes.
Here is a close-up of the flower.  Check out that flower center.

Karen this quilt is fantastic and we can't get over all the work and thought and planning that you put into making this quilt.  Thanks for sharing with us!

  • Beginning Quilting, Wednesday, April 4
  • Doll Bee, Thursday, April 5
  • Sampler & Bee, Saturday, April 7
  • This is sure to keep you busy.  Creatin' In The Sticks is hosting a 30 blocks in 30 days hop.  Block three is available and if you scroll down you can see when and where you can get the others.  
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Allie-oops Designs said...

That's amazing!!!!

bobbi said...

Thanks so much for the wonderful photos and closeups of this awesome quilt, Caroll and a big congratulations to Karen!!! Hugs from Germany, Bobbi

kfkgreen said...

Very cleaver !


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