Friday, 11 November 2011

A Maisy Mouse Quilt

I've been a bit quiet on here lately and it's not because I haven't had crafty things to write about, it because I've been crafting so much that I haven't sat down much. A friend is organising a craft fair in a couple of weeks and I have a table. At the moment all the things I want to sell are still ideas in my head - don't panic! I've spent this week working on a Scrap365 project - I'm so please with it but you'll have to wait a couple of months to see it!

I've also managed to squeeze in a bit of sewing to make a little quilt for my friends' new baby girl.
I found some fantastic Maisy Mouse fabric which works so well and is really bright and colourful. It's also the perfect match for her older brother's Hungry Caterpillar quilt I made a couple of years ago.

Here's the flower in the centre made in a Dresden Plate style.

I used some lovely multicoloured thread to free machine quilt some flowers...

I parcelled up the quilt with a little Maisy Mouse book and this card, which I made using the Cosmo Cricket papers "Odds and Ends"


  1. Wow, that blanket is gorgeous! Really special and colourful. Best of luck at your craft fayre.

  2. That is stunning....your so talented!

  3. Love this quilt, it's something I want to try soon and I keep being inspired by fab projects like this.

  4. That is a fabulous quilt. I love it

  5. That quilt is absolutely gorgeous!!!!! I wish I had one like it for my grand-daughter....she'd love it.

    So happy I found your blog -- lots of goodies here. Your creativity is very inspiring. Thanks.