Meet Madeline

You know how I love black and white!  For my twin sized version of Spell It Out I used black and white prints with one fat quarter of pink and one fat quarter of orange.  I think this is a quilt that would take a girl from grade school to high school.

I had so much fun choosing a name to add to this quilt!  I didn’t really want to use either of my daughter’s names, so I browsed websites with popular baby girl names.  Madeline instantly reminded me of many happy times reading the Madeline books to my girls.  The color scheme of the quilt doesn’t match the colors of the books, but I decided to use it anyway because it makes me smile.  The random arrangement of half square triangles continues to make me smile too.

I hope your weekend gives YOU lots of reasons to smile!

  • Polarised Sunglasses
    Posted at 10:30h, 13 June Reply

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  • jill/marny
    Posted at 18:54h, 11 June Reply

    The pink and orange are just the right accent and the black solid adds the depth. Really cute and a fun way to name it!

  • Ethne
    Posted at 06:46h, 11 June Reply

    Oh this is just delightful – I love the flashes of colour sprinkled throughout the quilt

  • Lucinda
    Posted at 01:13h, 11 June Reply

    Wish my name was Madeline! This is very cute.

  • Marty's Fiber Musings
    Posted at 16:05h, 10 June Reply

    And I'm smiling too… this one!

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