Friday, June 7, 2013

A Quilt for Evelyn


Evelyn is almost a year old and I am just starting to work on her quilt.  I made a quilt for Lillian (here) to hang on her wall when she was about this age so Evelyn needs one too.
This is really a work in progress and I don't  have any idea which direction it will take.
I can see it needs more brown and maybe a little less green.
I enjoy working with liberated letters and continue to be inspired by designers like Tonya at Lazy Gal and Gwen Marston  along with Mary Lou Weidman.  Their work is so creative and original.

So she would not feel left out I stitched up two little dresses for Lillian.

Happy stitching,
Nancy

10 comments:

  1. Love your idea for Evelyn's quilt! (The dresses look like fun too)

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  2. Super cute blocks! Love your colors. I agree with you--wonderful inspiration.:)

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  3. What a cute quilt! I bought Tonya's book because I love what I see everyone doing with her lettering style, but I haven't tried it yet.
    Sweet little dresses!

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  4. me gusta esa idea genial para las niñas, entiendo que son pequeñas?
    quizás como mis nietas?
    Julia 2 años y Lena unos días
    buen fin de semana
    saludos

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  5. The quilt and the little dresses for Lillian are darling!! And the one for Evelyn is going to be sooooooo cute!! Can't wait to see this one done!!

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  6. Sweet dresses. You've got a great beginning for the new quilt. I love the words especially.

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  7. What a great blocks for that quilt and I love the dresses !!

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  8. Love the dresses!! Your quilt will be so special for her when she gets it!!

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  9. Great quilt and adorable little dresses.
    Bunny

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  10. Evelyn's quilt is going to be so cute! Can't wait to see what coping strips that you add to pull it all together! The dresses are adorable! I need to hire you to sew for my granddaughter!

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