Doll quilts really are the perfect way to use up those little bits. And there are so many inspiring ones around right now.
Do you just whip these things up?? You make it all look so easy!! You're killing me.
That one is gorgeous! And in a pattern I have been dying to try out myself.
oh that is so cute!
So beautiful! I might try that in a full size!
Nice - I heart doll quilts too! BTW that one looks like the one that I got as part of the Doll Quilt Swap.
Wow, you really ARE in patch mode! The little doll quilt is adorable. Where do you get the time for all of this? Are there more than 24 hours in a day where you live? I want to move there!
oh. my. god. I love it! It's the sweetest thing :) Gosh you are so prolific.
I heart that doll quilt too! And I'm very impressed that you actually managed to make that cover for the feeding chaor. I always plan to for practical things like that. But it usually ends there...You've been tagged over at my blog!
I like it. Doll quilts are fun and quick. And much easier to quilt than the big king-size waiting for you, wasn't it?
Soooo adorable!! I bet little A is just getting ready to play babies! Nice use of scraps as always...I'm saving up a box for you!! How small is too small?
Very cute! So nice and bright and cheerful! At the rate you're going she may have more quilts than dollies! :) LOL
I love it! I'm planning for some doll and mini quilts in the future. Even baby quilts seem too big for me to handle now. I'm just finishing up several for new babies in the family, then I'm on to the little ones! Cute colors.
LOVE the color choices!! And it is adorable!! Wonder if I could make "doll quilts" for Hot Wheels or Star Wars guys???
that is SO sweet. And I'm with Amy Jo... do you think Action Man would like a doll quilt?Maybe not.Sigh.
This from scraps? Lovely and amazing!
I love this quilt...the colors are great.
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