I'm so thrilled to be able to share my finished Penny Patch Quilt today! A bundle of Hip Holiday Fabrics arrived in my mailbox two weeks ago, courtesy of Rachel and Sew Love Fabrics, as part of the Holiday Challenge at Stitched in Color.
I took the quilt with me to Chicago for Thanksgiving, to finish up the binding. And it was fun to find new spots for quilt photos at my in-laws' home. The kids had fun trying to hold the quilt up in their favorite climbing tree, but it made me nervous!
Pattern: Penny Patch Quilt
Size: Throw, measuring 60"x72"
Fabrics: Hip Holiday plus a few different fabrics from my stash
Quilting: diagonal lines
Recipient: A very special family member! (shhh)
I also made a tiny sized Penny Patch quilt -- doll sized, really. The smallest squares finish at one inch, the larger squares at 4 inches.
Happy December, everyone!
your quilt is very pretty michelleReplyDelete
Looks great, Michelle! Lucky recipient!ReplyDelete
a lovely quiltReplyDelete
Such a lovely happy quilt :-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful! You're going to love pulling this out every year.ReplyDelete
I love it Michelle - so fun!ReplyDelete
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No one can resist a gift like that. You did awesome! Hope you enjoyed the making too =)ReplyDelete
What great work, and fast too! Love the little doll quilt. A fabulous gift!!ReplyDelete
Der, just noticed that you're not keeping it for yourself. The recipient will love pulling it out each year!ReplyDelete
Love those fabrics!ReplyDelete