When I was looking for applique items to photograph, a few days ago, for Asked and Answered, I came across these little blocks.
Back in 2007, during the time I was still part of the Kelly Girls Quilting group, we had a swap. Each participant was given an angel pattern which is really three hearts (one for the wings, one for the body and one for the head) which we then embellished any way we wanted, added a little saying and our name. We had to make one for each person who was in the swap. At the end of year Christmas party each participant was given their angels and could use them however they wanted.
Here are a couple I had left over from the ones I made, I guess I overestimated the number I had to make but then at least I get to include the ones that I made with the ones that I received.
All finished and look, I folded the rest of the stripey stuff back onto the mini bolt and put it straight back on the shelf.
They are so cute!!!ReplyDelete
So pretty and what a lovely memory for you...ReplyDelete
Awwww. Very sweetReplyDelete
What special memories that you now have finished and ready to hang so you can see it every day. Very sweet.ReplyDelete
Robin in Washington State
Oh, did that ever turn out adorable!!!! Love the little angels and the colors are just perfect.ReplyDelete
The angels are adorable! And I love, love, love the ric rac and striped border! This made a perfect little quilt for hanging!ReplyDelete
Your little angles are so sweet. What a nice block to make for a swap. Treasured memories for sure.ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous and I love the ric rac idea xxxReplyDelete
Your little quilt is so cute and I love the ricrac idea.ReplyDelete
What an adorable quilt!ReplyDelete
This is just as sweet as it can be!ReplyDelete