Gorgeous... love the quilting too!!
So cute! I've wanted to try that quilting but haven't found the right project . . . :)
what ever will you do with all of these quilts?
So cute!! And I've been loving her quilting for so long - nice job!
It's pink. How could you not love it?
Perfect... I love it...a feel good quilt!! :o)
Cute has heck-lovin the touch of blue!~Smiles~Tam!
It's lovely! I love the binding. And the quilting.
That's really cute! You've just given me ANOTHER idea as to what I can make my little girl for her birthday!! Oh, I finally did some machine stippling... and it worked!! Thanks for your help ages ago, and for inspiring me to try it out!!! http://farmyardcrafts.blogspot.com/2009/01/im-hard-to-impress.htmlHere's the link to the picture! Thanks again. :)
That's a lovely little quilt! I liked the earlier one, too, but this one is my favorite.
You've just given me an idea!
Just leaving you a note to tell you how much you have me addicted to reading other quilt blogs that you post, which links me to even MORE blogs and ideas. argh!! There's just so much beautiful and talented people out there! Your doll quilts are really cute, I think I may have to try a few and send them off to my little nieces. I need to figure out how big "American Girl" dolls are first. Just got back from a fabric sale (3.70 per meter!) and am perusing all of these blogs for ideas. I have bought pinks, and I don't even have girls! I have my husband worried *LOL*Hope you're having a fantastic week! -a
Very, very cute! And I love the quilting... I've been wanting to try it out myself, but haven't found a small enough project yet. Yours is adorable!
It is great to finish so quickly! Instant gratification! Gotta love it!
I love the binding. It is the perfect finishing tough.
Deliciously pink! So pretty. :)
Beautiful! Pink is my favorite color!
That is just adorable!
I love your little quilts. It's inspiring me! I love the snippets.
VERY pink and feminine. Sweet, Amandajean.
Love love love it!! The striped binding is so perfect. It's very Valentine-ish.
How cute....you gave me an idea on making it bigger for a little girl. That is so cute.
Very inspiring. A smaller quilt wouldn't be quite as daunting as a larger one. Beautiful!!
Just wanted to applaud you for trying new things out in your quilting: I find it quite inspirational to see others' experiments, and it sets off so many ideas about what I might want to try that might be out of my comfort zone, which is always a good thing. I love following your blog, as I love your sense of style. I really enjoy making baby blankets for the same reason you love doll quilts: small, self-limited projects that will turn out to be very useful for someone; good time to try new things! :)
That is SO cute! I love it!!
Beautiful! I love the pink and the binding. Great job!
I love that one too, beautiful piece. You are tempting me to make some small quilts. I do have some cat dolls I made, one of them could use a quilt;)Debbie
Looks like a good Valentine quilt :D Very cute.
Its so cute! I love the striped binding.
I love it and the quilting too. Thanks for the inspiration, I better get going instead of being behind my PC all day ;-).
This little quilt is so cute and the best part (as many others who have commented said)is the quilting. I am going to try that on a table runner I just finished last night. Thanks for the great idea.
How fun. Your daughter may need more baby dolls soon.Aunt Jane's how to video was entertaining and helpful. I may have to give this a try...since I'll likely never master stippling.
Very pretty! Your little girl is very lucky.
Perfectly pretty in pink. Love your blog, I check it several times a day hoping for some new inspiration!
it's adorable. Love the binding. I'm with you on completing a project in a day. Very gratifying.
Adorable, simply adorable. All in one day - way cool.
Very cute I love the quilting you did on it.
I love the colors. Some little girl is going to be really lucky.
I really need to make some of these for my daughter, with a pillow from your great tutorial. She uses our dish towels to cover her babies up. it is so funny to see them all over the house.I love this one, must be the pink!
LOVE the border! This would make a gorgeous BIG quilt.
So pretty! I remember a few years ago reading an article in a quilting magazine...this talented quilter had made so many in her lifetime. She said there were so many patterns she wanted to try yet knew she wouldn't ever be able to make them all, that's when she decided to make mini quilts. They were just beautiful and she got to exceed her dream of making so many different patterns. Heather
All.in.one.day. You're killing us here. Very, VERY CUTE!!!
Looks GREAT!! You are no longer a one trick pony!:) Good job!!
Lovely little quilt. The quilting looks wonderful!!
Quilt confection, that's what this is - it's just so sweet! Love it.
Such a sweet little quilt. Love the quilting too. May just have to try that as well since i haven't been able to master stippling yet. Thanks for the inspiration!
very cute! I love the pink patchwork
I can't stop looking at this, and trying to figure out how you pieced that top! Beginner here . . . LOL I will be visiting your blog regularly!
Hey! I finally gotten around to make a doll quilt... Really, my daughter got me started - last friday she went to my favorite fabric shoppe with me as I only needed one or two yards of Moda's brown fabric but I ended up letting her pick a few fat quarters - Moda's candy kisses line. I made it. I love it. check out http://holtgallery.wordpress.com/2009/02/15/doll-quilt/Little bigger, about 17 x 22.
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