After getting home and finding my doll quilt, I rummaged through the scrap basket for some
medium and light blues. Since the original is machine quilted with diagonal lines thru each
square, I followed along with the new one. See how similar they look?
This is a simple doll quilt to make and if you would like to make one for yourself, find some scrappy blues and get a bit of Andover Bridgeport #A-5604-K. I bought a yard and I have a good piece leftover. You may only need half a yard.
Cut 35 assorted blue squares 2 3/4 inches. And cut 35 black repro mourning prints 2 3/4 inches square.
Follow the color placements in the photos. Notice the short blue rows contain the same blue in a line.
The antique doll quilt is backed and bound with a grayish mini check. I used a smokey gray tiny star
print on mine.
I hope you make one!