Monday, April 30, 2012

My tiny flying geese

My friend, Jo, from the last post had given me a small piece of the cheddar she had left over
from her large flying geese quilt.  A few months ago, she also gifted me with the mini Quilt In
A Day fg rulers.  So my mind starting obsessing over a new little project using both treasures
she gave me.  One try at the tiny geese and off I went cutting different indigos and stitching
up my little doll quilt.  She's wobbly and wonky and I am hoping once I wash her  in some
warm water, she will krinkle up and be even more wobbly and wonky to look like a well used
doll quilt.

See that quarter in the bottom left side?  Those little flying geese finish 3/4" by 1.5".  Sweet!
And then I wacked off some of the bottom ones.  Isn't that what they used to do way back
then?  Glad I like things a little primitive.

It's tiny and it was fun.  And I can't resist a little indigo and chedda'!!!!

10 comments:

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

It's Darling. Such perfect proportions! I never thought it was so small until you showed the quarter! Nice job! How did you quilt it?

Kimme said...

Too cute for words! I adore the cheddar and indigo. Makes me want to go buy some new rulers :-)

Aunt 'Reen said...

Your little quilt is beautiful!
Such a tiny little Treasure!

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

What a delightful little quilt! I love the colors. You did a wonderful job working with such tiny pieces.

Karen said...

Tiny and wonderful. And chopped off well. Really gives it the real antique look.

Maureen said...

Charming!

Barb said...

what a darling little quilt!!! great piecing!

Doniene said...

Your little quilt is soooo cute! I can feel an urge coming on.....

Blessings

Taryn said...

I have a friend who gifted me with those same rulers. They've been sitting on my cutting table looking at me and I am going to take your post as a sign to make a mini geese quilt from indigo and cheddar. I talked about my burning desire to use those colors today and Missie pointed me to this post.

Denise Jackson @ Split-Site PhD said...

I love your tiny little quilt. It is adorable. I am sure your dolls quilt will turn out just the way you want it to. Thanks for sharing.



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