So many lovley thing that comes from your hands
You sure are a busy lady. Lovely items. Happy stitching :-)
What size are the blocks? look so nice, neat work .
Blocks have 7x7 (2 1/2in) squares except for bottom 7 x 8- thanks
As Always Beautiful!! You are very thoughtful and generous. A Child will treasure this quilt.
ThanksPam I hope so. I would like to make one for my own grandchild but I can do that anytime. This is for part of a child’s Christmas.
Beautiful job. Someone is going to love it. Toogie you are amazing in how prolific you are. Can I have some of your energy? Hugs. Nan
Lol-you don’t need energy Nan, the machine does all the work! Just set it on the fastest speed and get going 😃Thanks for looking and I hope you’re right and they love it
Beautiful, congratulations to you and Marge on a job well done. It will be loved.
Thank you , I will tell her.
This is awesome Toogie, you amaze me on how many quilts you make. The child who gets this will have lots of fun. I just did it and got it straight away, but that's because I'm doing it from a distance. Having it on the floor I'm sure would take a lot longer. Love Chris
This one went fast because I didn’t have to cut all those squares! The maze is what the quilt is made for, but I can see a little boy playing with his Matchbox cars through the maze or playing I Spy from the squares, with a friend. So many possibilities.
What an awesome project. Somebody is going to love having this one. Another great design!
Thank you, I loved the one I saw and wanted to make one too.
First of all congratulations to the 2 of you. This turned out to be a great project. At first look I realized it was a maze but I followed the the dark strips only to find out that there was no beginning and end. After reading your comment about the arrow (smart to add them) I found my way around. One should always read first. Great job Toogie
Thanks! I know you have plenty different colored fabrics.is this tempting you to make one? I can email you the sizes for the black strips😃
Follow the colored paths😉
That is amazing! All the work and the placement...the cutting of the squares would take me a lifetime!
You’re so funny, but it does take a while. My husband and I cut quiet a few that I want to turn into a granny square quilt. It will take a lot more though because they are so small and I want it bed size. I still want to make all my kids & grands a quilt.
I spy Pooh bear...can you find him?
Oh my! The fortunate child who receives this cheerful quilt will have hours of fun. You two make a super team and I hope you continue to work on more projects.
Oh you know I will! I’ll tell Marge what you said. If she’d rather cut, I’d rather sew or piece.
Such a lovely idea. I love the colours, it looks so bright. Children will love it!
I made some maze patterns with a marble inside. I think I could use the same pattern for a quilt if you don't mind me copying the maze idea.
I’d love to see your maze and no I don’t mind at all. In fact I welcome you to, that’s what sharing ideas are all about! If I make another I don’t think I would use the 4 1/2 inch start/finish. I used them this time because Marge had them included ( the fish and penguins). I do like the arrows so I’d keep them in.
Lovely work and a labour of love by the pair of you. There are some v lucky people who receive some of these quilts
I’m sure it took Marge longer to cut all these than for me to sew them up. I think she had the harder work as cutting is my least favorite part. If I want to continue piecing, Sharon cut out about 5 QOV tops and sent home with me. She said she knew I’d get them done!😳I didn’t tell her I’m still trying to precut my ‘gave to me’ fabrics.
Such a brilliant idea. The colours are outstanding. Love it Toogie
Thanks Sarah, even though it wasn’t my idea, I loved the one Marge did. I failed to get a picture of it before we loaded them up for CASA, so later I had to ask for the pattern. It’s easy to figure out by looking at the picture because all blocks are 2 1/2 inch.