Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Thimbleberries Wall Quilt






I machine pieced and hand quilted this 35 x 43 inch quilt.  It is called "Alpine Star Wall Quilt" by Thimbleberries; from the book  Pint Size Traditions.


A close up of the star part of the quilt.


A close up of the different color pine trees.

This is the last post for 2014.  I look forward to sharing and visiting with you some more in 2015.  I would like to wish all of you a very Happy and Healthy 2015.


12 comments:

  1. You are SO talented making doll clothes and quilts- I admire and respect that talent.

    I have some smaller Victorian-dressed porcelain dolls and just acquired some antique lace linen hankies and hope to make some pantalons and/or some petticoats for two of them. Been trying to figure out best way to do it. I am not very talented in that department.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  2. Sweet quilt! I'm so glad to find someone interested in making doll clothes. My children surprised me with an American Girl doll for Christmas. I had made some clothes back in the summer. I'll be writing about her soon.

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  3. Scrappy quilts and scrappy doll clothes...my favorites. What fun you must be having dressing these beautiful dolls. I know you will have many wonderful things to share in 2015. Happy New Year!

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  4. I so admire your talent. Making doll's clothes must be so fun; her dress is beautiful!
    And thank you for stopping by and your kind comment.
    Happy New Year to you.

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  5. Wonderful quilt! I made that quilt several years ago and I hang it just at Christmas. And I love the doll clothes...aren't they so much fun!

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  6. Beautiful Quilt and doll, A Very Happy New Year!

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  7. Lovely job. I haven't seen anyone mention Thimbleberries in so long! I have several of her books but have not done any of the quilts yet. Hope to do that. I have a couple of Martha Pullen dolls and several pattern books to make the doll clothes. Thank for the inspiration of using material from the quilt in the clothes! Karen in NC

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  8. Love the Quilt and Rebecca's dress! I really think quilting and making doll clothes go hand in hand--scraps from one lend themselves to the other-double the fun!

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  9. A wonderful quilt and I love the dress on the doll! How cute is that! This would make quite the conversation piece! Thank you for stopping by for a visit and Happy New Year!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  10. Oh cute and cute - I've never made a quilt and matching outfit for my dolls - but sounds like fun.

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  11. Cute! Cute! Cute! The wallhanging is great-I love how you quilted it. It really makes the trees pop.

    Your doll clothes are wonderful. The attention to detail is impeccable.

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