Friday, June 25

Princess and the Quilt


The Princess and the Pea pattern is probably my most popular pattern. I often wonder what happens to all those Princesses I sell. Well yesterday one of the Princesses turned up! Not on my doorstep but in my mailbox. Mary Ann sent me an email to show me want she had done with hers. Isn't this quilt gorgeous?  I love the colourful ( 30's reproduction?) fabrics and the quilting looks awesome too! Oh and here is Mary Ann's Princess up close:


If you have made something with one of my patterns let me know. You can post your photo in the Flickr group or on Facebook or you can send me an email: followthewhitebunny[at]e-tropolis.nl. I love to see what happens to all my bears, foxes, owls and pussycats too!

7 comments:

  1. that quilt turned out so beautiful. that must be cool to see what other's do with your patterns!!

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  2. Very cool indeed! Especially because many do way more awesome things with my embroideries than I do :)

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  3. thanks Nicole! Here's some better pics on my daughter's blog. http://suzanneearley.net/

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  4. That is MY quilt! I have a thing for the Princess and the Pea, and your design is so adorable. And while I love the pattern, the best part about the quilt itself is the fact that it was made as a surprise for me by my Mom and my best friend. They gave it to me yesterday for my birthday.

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  5. I had a lot of fun creating a quilt around that adorably cute block! You are correct in that the fabrics are 30's reproductions, and the quilt pattern is called Disappearing 9-Patch. Thank you for your nice comment on my quilting! Mary Ann's stitches were beautifully done, too! I think that maybe, just maybe, I'm going to have to get back into hand embroidery!

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  6. Gorgeous!! What a lovely birthday gift for you, Suzanne :).

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