Thursday, December 18, 2008

Zig-Zag Quilt


Doll-size...

with a matching pillow.


That's another gift made.
I have had some requests for information on the method I used to make the zig-zags using strips and I think the best way to avoid confusion is to do a tutorial. I'm not going to make any promises that I will get a tutorial blogged for you before Christmas as I have other projects needing my attention. I will do one though. It's now on my to-do list. ;o)

12 comments:

  1. Hey, love the binding fabric Katherine! :-)

    I'm eager to see a tutorial on this project as well (although will happily wait until after Christmas as I have a ton on the go as well :-)

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  2. Lovely!
    I knew, I knew!!!
    We'll wait. January is a good time to begin a doll-size zig-zag quilt :)

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  4. Oh my word! That is way too cute! I am loving the pillow far more than one grown woman should!

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  5. That's so cute!!

    I didn't have time to comment on your last post, but I was AMAZED at the cleverness of the design and .... well, I'm always astounded at the accuracy and patience it takes to do patchwork well.

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  6. So cute! I am looking forward to your tutorial!

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  7. Oh that is just the cutest little quilt and pillow.

    I'm looking forward to the tutorial when you have time.

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  8. Looking forward to the tutorial - a really effective design!

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  9. What a cute dolls quilt - zig zags always look so effective!

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  10. it's very cute! I love your idea of testing out a new pattern on a small scale. it turned out great! and hurray for making progress on your christmas gifts!

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