Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Blogger's Quilt Festival--Scrappy!

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I thought it would be fun to add my Paper Doll quilt to the Blogger's Quilt Festival in the Scrappy category HERE
It was so much fun choosing the outfits for each "doll"
The pattern is from Cozy Quarters
I did my own quilting---just a simple meander in the background and scallops in the skirts to resemble aprons. I repeated the scallops in the border. 

There were several hat options included in the pattern such as the scarf that is sewn in while piecing.

Some of the hat patterns I made up so there would be a little more variety.

Of course, the hats needed to be emblellished!

I think my favorite embellishments are the little flower clusters.


Some flowers are just small circles with tiny wedges cut out.



I tried not to use any of the fabrics more than once for the dresses, but many of the backgrounds are repeated.

The label on the back

You can read more about this quilt HERE and HERE
Be sure to visit the Festival HERE for lots of fun links to scrappy quilts. 
Voting for your favorite begins November 1st!

14 comments:

  1. Wow - so sweet Karen! Good luck with it :)

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  2. I like the different hat styles. Lots of variety using various fabrics and style of hats in a repeat block quilt.

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  3. Fantastic. I love the creativity that went into this quilt. It's hard not to pick a favourite paper doll :)

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  4. So cute - ever one of the little women is a fashion plate! Good luck with this quilt in the Festival!

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  5. No doubt about it...this is adorable.

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  6. This is a great quilt. Love all the dolls! Cute!

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  7. Can you imagine the pleasure a child would get out of this naming all the characters and making up their stories?

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  8. Adorable! I love all the little extra touches you added.

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  9. Que graças! Trabalho delicado e lindo.

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  10. Que graças! Trabalho delicado e lindo.

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  11. Que graças! Trabalho delicado e lindo.

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