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Show N' Tell Friday...

Just a little something I wanted to share with you...
I went to a garage sell and found this cute little doll cradle. It looked pretty rough .... so I gave it a little sanding a a nice coat of white paint

Then of course it needed a quilt...
This little quilt was just too simple to do. I love the fabric so I didn't want to cut it into little pieces but I'm dying to make a mini patchwork quilt...
Maybe I'll do a mini flying geese quilt or some stars?
Thanks for checking it out, make sure to look at all the other projects on amylouwho's blog.

Comments

  1. Oh how adorable! I used to have something like that when I was a little girl that my grandmother made for me. Those windmill squares must be so tiny!

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  2. What gorgeous fabric! I can understand your not wanting to cut it. That reminds me, I need to make a quilt for my granddaughter's cradle....

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  3. That is so cute. I had one of those as a kid. Had kind of forgotten it until now. :-)

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  4. the quilt is precious...i love the little tiny pinwheels.

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  5. LOVE the doll quilt! I've been meaning to make one for my daughter - it's on the to-do list!

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  6. Super duper cute! THe tiny pinwheels make me super happy! LOve it!

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  7. Oh how precious!
    Sincerely ~ Tricia

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  8. That's a great crib, and a wonderful quilt to go with it.

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  9. Those little pinwheels squares are so cute! I am dying. That is my favorite block and in super miniature it is even cuter. Love!

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  10. Great cradle and quilt! I love those little pinwheels. Thanks for sharing!

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  11. It would make me want to play with dolls all over again! IT's soo adorable!!!

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