* coin quilt clone

Posted on July 11th, 2007 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


On a lark, I submitted my doll coin quilt to an upcoming book, Pretty Little Patchworks. They accepted it (!), and since I sent the first one away for swap, I had to make another one and document the steps. It’s amazing how much easier something is when you’re doing it for the second time and not making it up on the fly. For example, the seams on take 2 are actually mostly at right angles.

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11 Responses to “coin quilt clone”

  1. dorie Says:

    cool! I liked this one so much the first time around. It’s great on the second go too!

  2. futuregirl Says:

    Congratulations! Your quilt looks great! :)

  3. erin Says:

    it’s great! can’t wait to see it in the book.

  4. kimi Says:

    Very nice! Congratulations!

  5. cindy Says:

    love it! as well as the handbag in your last post. keep it up!

  6. MommmyKnows Says:

    Congrats, it’s gorgeous!

  7. MommmyKnows Says:

    Congrats, it’s gorgeous!

  8. April Says:

    This is lovely:), I love the muted colors:)

  9. rani Says:

    Hi, lovely quilt – you are very talents. I just found out you’re a labrat too! I love your lab supply ideas. I’m trying to think of a good use for old pcr tubes…

  10. rani Says:

    Sorry for the double comment. I can’t type – I meant to say “talented.” Also, I’m in love with your “I hate Cy5” tee – that darn thing plagues me.

  11. joleen Says:

    this is so beautiful. congratulations on getting into the book. :)

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