Thursday, January 14, 2010

Leftover Projects Completed, part 1--Scottie Doll Quilt

There is a plan in the back of my mind to make each of my granddaughters a special doll quilt-- this one was started quite a while ago, using pieces from my collection of reproduction vintage prints.

Since my work is slow at the first of the year, I'm enjoying some project catch-up time!

Each of the little doggie blocks is hand appliqued, with black buttonhole stitched edges. I added tiny black button eyes and machine quilted it using 'Warm and White' batting, which I must say washed up to a lovely snuggly feel. Another project finished! A doll will be warm and cozy.


  1. I absolutely love this, so gorgeous!

  2. Very Cute! You can never go wrong with doggies.

  3. Adorable! I'm new to your site, and just love all your projects. I'm sewing doll clothes right now, and would like to make a quilt. What are the dimensions? :o)

  4. This quilt is delightful! Love, love, love it!

  5. Hi there Wendy ... Welcome to my "i.spy" fabric swap! So excited to have you on board!
    Can you please email me at so I can send you some more info & confirm etc. Yay!

  6. Precious! I love the colors and patterns.

  7. Oh my goodness! We have a few of my husband's baby quilts from early 1960s including a Scotty Dog one that looks very similar.


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