Carolina Patchworks

Maeve’s Simplicity Quilt

Words cannot explain the amount of fussy cutting/placing that went into this quilt.  When I started to point some of it out to Sean I think he thought I had completely lost it.

And on her bed.

I think she likes it.

So in case you find this in a Google search or just perusing around and you think you may want a quilt like this, I am (shockingly) willing to make it again.  You might just have to take out a second mortgage to pay for it though.

I still need to make the pillows, curtains and wallhangings.  I’ll post a picture of the whole room when I’m done.

Now that I’m done with the big part of this project, Baby Jane Fridays returns! Yay!

2 thoughts on “Maeve’s Simplicity Quilt”

  1. Kiley says:

    I love the inspiration from your quilting projects. I haven’t quilted in a while and am dying to get something started…three boys keep me busy! I’ve usually completed traditional patterns with primitive country colors but I love Maeve’s quilt and the Ginger Bliss project. Maybe I’ll try something new!!! I’ll definitely check back often to see what you’re up to!

  2. rebecca says:

    beautiful. i love it. it doesn’t even appear as though it was made this decade; looks like a well-loved heirloom already.

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