Friday, April 2, 2010

Sew and Tell: Little Nine-Patch Quilt



It's Friday, and that means it is time for AmyLou's Sew and Tell. I'm so glad she does this, because it gives me a deadline to have something to show.


I scurried to finish this in time to photograph that in the daytime. It is a beautiful day outside. It was a fun little quilt to make, designed by Kathleen Tracy for Fairfield batting website. The pattern of Little Nine Patch Quilt is free here. I didn't use Fairfield batting, because I had received a free sample of White Rose from Mountain Mist that was just the right size. It is soft and very nice to work with.

I used scraps to make it as I told you in my previous post. It's around 14 1/2" x 17".


I hurt my back a couple of days ago, and that gave me an excuse not to finish the Quilts for Kids top I showed you last week. You should have seen me shuffling and hunched over at work. I feel better now, so hopefully I'll be able to get to the other ones for the next Sew and Tell.

Be sure to click on the Sew and Tell link to see what others have been crafting.

13 comments:

Lori said...

Cute!I love mini Quilts. I hope your back heals quickly.Take care

pinksuedeshoe said...

What a fun little quilt! I hope your back is as good as new as soon as possible.

Allie said...

That's a darling little quilt! I hope your back feels normal soon - oh how I hate back pain!

Mary said...

What a cute little quilt! Hope your back is feeling better soon!

Catherine said...

Cute little quilt and great that you used up your scraps! Hope your back gets better soon! A sore back is not a pleasant thing.

Vicki @ DottyJane said...

Hurting your back is not fun! Hope you heal quickly.

I love this little quilt and the pink really pops in there!

Leslie said...

this looks great. i love how the quilting really stands out

paula, the quilter said...

That is a darling little quilt!

Karen said...

Great finish. Little quilts are great because it feels like you accomplish something without it taking days (or weeks in my case). Hope you back is better.

Sew It UP! said...

What a sweet little quilt!
Feel better soon!

Rene' said...

This is great!!! You can really see the quilting lines. Thanks for sharing! Hope you feel better soon.

Tanya said...

Take care of that back...I remember the shufflng and hunched over walk I was doing last year..

Debra Spincic said...

Love this little gem!