A Tisket a tasket
A mini May Basket!
Had this little leftover block from my Humble Quilt doll quilt swap and decided to make it into a mini. I have always loved this sweet fabric from Judie Rothermel’s Civil War Dressing Gown fabric line. It seemed to fit the project perfectly.
Click on my fellow bloggers to see their May creations. I am in hopes that when we post our June minis, we will begin to see light at the end of this dark tunnel!
Quilting Babcia (AmityQuilter)
Randy (Barrister’s Block)
Cathy (Big Lake Quilter)
Barb (Fun with Barb)
Julie (Julie K Quilts)
Kathy (Kathy’s Quilts)
Katy (Katy Quilts)
Sandy (My Material Creations)
Janet (Rogue Quilts)
Cynthia (Wabi-Sabi Quilts)
I love your mini. Great way to use left over blocks. HugsReplyDelete
Your May basket is bright and cheery in spite of all the May misery! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
I just posted about my May mini and am excited to visit the other mini makers to see what they created!
A tisket, a tasket, I love your little May basket!!!!ReplyDelete
That little quilt is so darling!!ReplyDelete
Oh how pretty! I also love the Dressing Gowns line, and what a perfect background for your basket.ReplyDelete
Now to check out all the other ... what fun!
Such a sweet mini quilt, I love basket blocks!ReplyDelete
I love your mini-May Basket, and your border fabric choice is perfect.ReplyDelete
I always love looking at Lori's linky party each year---your little quilt to Charli was divine! This mini is just too cute for words.ReplyDelete
i think baskets are my first and second favorite block ever!ReplyDelete
LOVE this cute mini!!
A little pink goes a long way against that subtle blue - it's so pretty! Hard to believe it's already June 1. Such a blessing to have quilting and quilters in our lives!ReplyDelete
I love that little bit of pink sparkle in your May mini!ReplyDelete
Oh, what a sweet May mini! I just love basket blocks and yours is perfect!ReplyDelete
I've been using that same sweet fabric lately, too. I adore it also. Happy June!ReplyDelete
Well, of course, your May mini should be a basket! It's so adorable and sweet--love it!ReplyDelete
You have a lovely creation for May. I too used orphan block(s), but I haven't finished mine yet. I guess it will be a June mini for me.ReplyDelete
Such a delightful use of your leftover basket! The infusion of pink in the basket, carried out to the sawtooth border is such a nice touch. I am glad I came back to look at it today, because I finally noticed that I didn't leave a comment yesterday. I was so busy going to all the links to make sure I had visited and commented, that I totally spaced commenting here. I'm getting old. :)ReplyDelete
What a precious mini you made there! Love the sawtooth border too.ReplyDelete
what an adorable little basket. Perfect subject for May!ReplyDelete
wow - look how many people you have been inspired to make minis!
What a sweet little quilt, Wendy. I love the combination of fabrics you chose. Did you press the seams open or to the side?ReplyDelete
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