Sunday, April 3, 2011

Lazy Daisy Dolly Quilt

I've been wanting to design a doll quilt for some time--so here you go.  It is my lazy daisy dolly quilt.
It's super simple to make--just a basic quilt sandwich and then the flowers appliqued on top.  Of course, I used those repro feedsack fabrics which I love--and the top is actually just part of an old uber-soft pillow case I had laying around.
This pattern will be part of the set of springy projects I am putting together.  They might be available, maybe, sometime next weekend--barring outbreaks of illness in my family, any natural disasters on my block, or unexpected bouts of laziness which might overtake me.

12 comments:

heather mcfeather said...

your stuff always inspires me to make things. thanks :)

Donna said...

The quilt is charming--I like those retro prints as well. And I love the little sheep.

cArLa said...

i agree with heather, you inspire me all the time, thank you!!!

Holly said...

You guys are making my day! Thanks for such lovely and appreciative comments.

CraftCrave said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [04 Apr 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

AForestFrolic said...

It's just darling!

Jamie :)

Sarah said...

Very cute! I want an adult version. Thanks for sharing =)

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

Threaded Basil said...

So sweet!

Little Green Doll said...

It's lovely!! so fresh and spring-like :)

thea said...

oh my goodness! This is so insanely cute!!!

thea.
xx

(spoonfulzine)

Eliea said...

I am just finding your blog today via pinterest. Love your stuff and now feel like I have lots of ideas for baby gifts and toddler games.
I'm curious where did you get this little sheep? it's so sweet! I'd love if you could share the pattern link if you still have it, or the shop if you bought it!

Holly said...

I bought the sheep on Etsy--the artist does not sell her patterns, that I am aware of. She also does not make many items to sell--but her shop is Les Peluches d'Eveluche. You can find her shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/eveluche?ref=seller_info