* DSQ-Along

Posted on January 23rd, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.

I joined the Denyse Schmidt Quilt-Along over at Hip to Piece Squares. I’m making Ice Pops as a baby quilt, in solids of aqua, tan, light blue, dark blue, green, cream, and brown. I got all the fabrics this weekend, washed and ironed them, made the piecing templates, and cut out about half the pieces. So far so good. Hopefully I’ll get my first block pieced tomorrow. The due date of the baby is in May or something, so I should have plenty of time.


There are several free patterns from the book available at Chronicle Books, by the way.

4 Responses to “DSQ-Along”

  1. keymistress Says:

    my friend just made one of these and it’s awesome! http://pamkin-girl.livejournal.com/18540.html

  2. kelly Says:

    oooh, please give us a peek of your progress! the colors sound wonderful!

  3. Gina Halladay Says:

    Check out the Denyse Schmidt fabric! I have been in contact with Amy Butler too and will hopefully soon be posting a sneak peak of her new lines from Westminister Fabrics.http://www.quiltersbuzz.com/2006/01/denyse_schmidt_designs_fabulou.html

  4. ysncccqpyl Says:

    Hello! Good Site! Thanks you! hqmywodmyrlte


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