Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Scarecrow Quilt!


I wanted to make something to put on my small window in the dining room. That room has glass french doors so I don't use curtains and having one on the little window would throw it off. So, I decided it was a good place to decorate with a quilt for the seasons. I use little clip ons that hang on the rod and clip to the quilt, so it is a perfect way to hang a quilt and easy to change them out.

The quilt is from a design by Jan Patek called, Sunflowers and Scarecrows. It was in the fall issue of Primitive Quilts and Projects and I finally got a chance to make it. I love the layout and sunflowers, but I wanted to use my scarecrow which is in my fall booklet. I got a bit carried away with the fabric choices, but I wanted it to be fun. I did a prim stitch around the designs and the blocks with black pearl cotton.

As you can see, I had to get some kitties into the quilt;)


I also won a giveaway from Sauder's Fabrics and received a wonderful book on making mini amish quilts and they even gave me an extra surprise pattern. They are so generous in their giveaways and have several of them running right now, so be sure and visit.


6 comments:

Jacque. said...

Looks great, Debbie! I like the fabrics and colors. Way to go on winning another giveaway!

Missie of Hallbrook Designs said...

That little quilt is darling! So cute and an easy quick project! Have fun enjoying it this fall. Congrats on another win you lucky gal!

Melissa said...

The quilt is so cute and perfect for the season!

What a lovely giveaway win!

Anna said...

The quilt is so fun that it has inspired me to check out my Halloween UFO pile...maybe by next year I'll be able to hang something up!

Raymond Homestead said...

Cute little quilt!

Allie said...

Your little scarecrow is darling, and congrats on your win!