Wednesday, July 8, 2009

What do you do if you live on an Island where you can't get any more than one fat quarter of a special fabric?

You cut very very carefully into 12 squares and make a log cabin type quilt. It's not huge, but big enough for a 7 year old to snuggle under. This is one that I was going to do for his birthday in, um February!

8 comments:

  1. It is absolutely PERFECT! I think so anyway! Your colors go very well together and you did a great job making the best of a little bit!

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  2. That is so awesome, Deb! What an incredible way to STRETCH that fabric into a whole quilt! I love it!!!

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  3. I love it. you did a great job on making that adorable fabric work.

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  4. What a great way to get the most out of a single fat quarter!

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  5. Great job on making it stretch!

    Do you need any more of it? I have a 10x22 piece I could send you.

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  6. Very nice...sometimes I wish I lived on an island. I'm assuming the idea itself is more romantic than the actual living on an island, though.

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  7. Actually, living on an Island is pretty cool - only three hours from one side to the other...and there's the 'four seasons in one day'...

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  8. That's three hours in a car...it's like 10 min on a plane...

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