Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Knittin' Pearl (Quilt)

Here is a fun little quilt I made called "Knittin' Pearl". You knitters will get the funny meaning here. The arms on the quilt were done in 3-D on the pattern, but I made this smaller and opted not to do that.
Here is Pearl and she be a knittin'!!!
I rounded the corners on the quilt, but the top corners don't want to lie very flat. I even blocked this too. I used only scraps for making his little quilt.
Pearl is knitting right off the sheep! Toothpicks are the knitting needles.

The little pinwheel quilt blocks were made from leftover half-square triangles from my grandson's quilt. So I only had to sew together the 4 units to make each pinwheel. I added some cute flower buttons in the centers to make them look more like a pinwheel spinning.
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17 comments:

  1. Love the knitting embellishment, Daryl! So cool. And, with the yarn coming out of the lamb. So funny!! What is the size of the quilt?

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  2. She is really cute, Daryl. Love the colors.

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  3. What a sweet little quilt! So funny she's knitting right off the sheep...poor little lamb. There's no getting lost for him. LoL. A truly sweet scrap buster.

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  4. Oh my goodness I can't stand how cute this is!! I love the sheep/yarn part of it!

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  5. Too cute and so artsy looking! Love that knitting piece added to it!

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  6. I love It for so many reasons. It's beyond cute, uses scraps and she's a knitter. Clever pattern name. I wouldn't 3d the arms either.

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  7. Too Cute! she's a Hoot!..great work on her.

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  8. adorable, the head scarf cracks me up. She is great and a very good knitter as well. I love the whimsical nature of the whole thing. The pinwheels are a nice touch. I love her.

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  9. That's so sweet! I love the pinwheels.

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  10. So funny, but so cute, and really, the detail in this is seriously amazing. Did you knit that little piece right on the toothpicks??!

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  11. Super cute, and (as always) such amazing detail!

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  12. Sheep! How could I not like it?? Just came back from two weeks away on vacation so am a little behind in visiting! ;-)

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  13. That is adorable Daryl! I love the tiny knitting piece and needles! Did you actually carve the toothpicks and then use them to knit?

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  14. Wow! How lovely! I love it. And had to pin not one but two pictures. Everything in your mini quilt is beautiful. So many details. Very inspiring. :-)

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  15. That's adorable. Love the added touches. the knitting and buttons!

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