Friday, August 14, 2020

Denim Quilt for the Dog

Bailey sleeps in the corner of the foot of our bed. The same spot, every night. I decided it would be good to make her her own little quilt to lay in that spot so it could get laundered more often than the queen-size bed quilt.
This was a quick and fun little project.

I think I'll make some more projects with cut up jeans. Now that Jeff and I have lost so much weight, we have several boxes of jeans available to cut up. It's nice to have large tote bags to take shopping so I think I'll make some more of those.

I am sort of quilted out. I've got several finished flimsies sitting around waiting to be quilted so I'm not feeling super motivated to make more. I would like to make the Harvest Quilt before the end of the year, but I'm ready for some small projects for a while.

11 comments:

  1. What a great use of your old jeans - lovely finish. xx

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    1. Thank you Lin. It's working out well.

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    2. What a good Mommy you are! Now I am feeling guilty because I thought I was doing good making one for my Son....LOL

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  2. A bed scarf. Perfect for Bailey And protecting your quilt.
    Beautiful job.

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  3. Did you use the Accuquilt cathedral window block die?

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    1. I did not. I just used a plate to trace circles onto the fabric and then cut a cardboard square to fit the inside shape. Very DIY and easy to make.

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  4. What pattern did you use? Did you use the Accu quilt die by chance? I’ve been curious as to how that will turn out.

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  5. Great idea using denim for a pet quilt.What is the pattern called? I may want to make one for our black lab.đź’•

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    1. I just used a plate to trace circles onto the fabric and then cut a cardboard square to fit the inside shape. Very DIY and easy to make.

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  6. what is the name of this pattern if possible please.

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    1. I just used a plate to trace circles onto the fabric and then cut a cardboard square to fit the inside shape. Very DIY and easy to make.

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