Thursday, September 30, 2010

**Doll Quilt Show**


Sorry about the work I've put you through LOL.
I had fun actually. 

I made two doll quilts because someday...
there is something I want to play with my granddaughters.
I'll need a stack to play Princess and the Pea!

Four so far! 

Haha I did not choose this but need to hurry  so it will stay...

Ooo forgot about this set I tried to sell once...just found the photo...
Cute, huh? 

This is the antique little girl who knows allll about quilting :)
She kind of showed me.
I call her "Mama".

This is one of her antique ones.

This one I made from the Goodwill pants! 
Thanks for participating!!! 
Love ya!


Alison May said...

Oh my goodness me, doll quilts are darling aren't they? But no I don't have one...perhaps I should make it my very first quilting project??x

jojo-caramel said...

I don't know anything about quilting... unfortunately... but i really want to learn! All your quilts are fabulous! the little red one made by your mum is fabulous!
The Princess and the Pea was my favorite story :-)

Kathleen Grace said...

You have been busy Phyllis! These are beautiful, I especially love the one your mom made. All those teeny little pieces aren't easy to work with, but they turned out beautifully:>)

The French Bear said...

Those are adorable!!! I am late getting mine done...I will still post when I do...I am so busy at work, yikes!!!
I love the idea of the princess and the pea though!
Margaret B

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

With all those precious little quilts you and your sweet Mom have made and collected, you'd just BETTER have some granddaughters!!! ;) Beautiful job, Phyllis!

A House and Home said...

I recently found an unfinished quilting project of my mother's and decided to finish it on my own for my son. Would you suggest any resources for learning how to quilt?

* French Farmhouse 425 * said...

~*Absolutely charming and sweet!! :) Rachel~*~

She'sSewPretty said...

Oh! I love the one you made from the pants. Your mother's antique quilt is amazing. I wish I had the patience for one that small. It took all my patience to make my very plain one. As for grand daughters...I am beginning to think I will need to adopt some. LOL

Monica@The White Bench said...

Ooooh I DO LOVE them, Phyllis! I have rescued my Mom's toys, made by my Grandfather, from the attic. A small bed, armoire, dresser, armchair. They brought tears to my eyes!! My Granny had made pillows, and bedlinens for them.. I want to make a quilt, but surely it's not the right time for me! Maybe when we will be in the new home ;))) Your Mama is beyond sweet, love her antique quilt, and the one you made with pants!
Hugs from me and puppy kisses from Kim ;)

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

I don't have any doll quilts, but yours are adorable. I love that little pillow too!

Kelly said...

So many sweet quilts! Sadly, this month was crazy and I was lucky to find a moment to sew on a button, let alone work on a quilt, but someday, I'm going to get to a tiny quilt.

Thanks so much for sharing!

Mary Isabella and Kiley too! said...

They are all so very beautiful!!!

Mrs. Staggs said...

This is a wonderful collection of quilts Phyllis. You and your mom should be so proud. I love them all.


Betsy from Tennessee said...

Oh how pretty, Phyllis... I love all of them--but the first one is so cute....


tea time and roses said...

They are all so pretty! One day I will learn to quilt!

Happy weekend to you and your family.



Miss Gracie's House said...

What a fun time I've had visiting! Lots of fun stuff going on...the quilts are *darling*!

Vintage Home said...

...sweet quilts.......great job...Princess & The Pea!

Cottage Way of Life said...

Your collection of little quilts is terrific, I love them. I didn't get very far with my little quilt but I'll keep working on it till I finish it ... so thanks for the inspiration!

Heaven's Walk - said...

Hi Phyllis! What adorable little quilts! Great job, girl! What a treasure "Momma" must be to you. People like her are just a fountain of information and a precious commodity, for sure. :) I have to ask, what was the giveaway that you knew my hubby to be golfer? lol!

Have a wonderful day!

xoxo laurie

abby jenkins said...

OH MY! that pillow case! A-door-a bull!
Now I know what to do with all my embroidered hankies!