You knew it was coming!
I made this little quilt with 1 1/2 inch cut squares.
This little die from Accuquilt worked a treat for this.
It started like this.
Then I turned it on point like I did the hourglass quilt.
I tried to keep the quilting simple so it wouldn’t get too stiff.
I used a one inch strip for the single fold binding.
Barb at Fun with Barb gave me this great tip. Using pins to keep the quilt shaped to the tiny bed. These are brass so they won’t rust.
And here is this room so far!
Have a great weekend!
I knew there had to be a quilt in there somewhere. Well done! I love everything about it. And the binding is perfect!
That is such a pretty quilt! Looks great on the teeny tiny bed!
Such a tiny quilt. Adorable.
Hi Katy! Not only did we know it was coming . . . but we were waiting with bated breath to see the first one. It took you long enough! HAHA! Come on, fill this house with quilting love. We all know you have it in you. ~smile~ Roseanne
wonderful as always. i’m wondering if you have a formula for the first cut you make to make the quilt be ‘on point’? this is such a great tip. i figure the doll house will be covered in quilts before you are done. great job. patti in florida
so so so cute!!!
So cute, I love it! Hugs,
Darling little quilt, Katy, and I love your technique for converting a straight set to on point.
I’m loving your doll house!
Katy that’s too cute!
Too cute! I’m thinking there will be more quilts throughout the little house?? The wall in the bedroom needs something . . .
That’s so adorable. 😍
I love it, but I’m just curious – how is it that the back has more quilting than the front?