Thursday, 5 May 2011

Action in fairyland

Here are some details about the delightful quilt made by my sister-in-law for her daughter.
The pattern is the single bed quilt from Natalie Bird's 'Fairyland' book.
It is a sweet collection of appliqued fairies, gainfully employed in many pursuits ...
... including a spot of gardening ...
... some Fairyland ballooning ...
... some cupcake juggling ...
... elephant chasing ...
... frog squeezing ...
... and some serious nighty action!
Natalie Bird is a wonderful Aussie designer. You can find Natalie's blog here, her website, The Birdhouse, here, and details about her 'Fairyland' book which contains nine different projects here.

My sister-in-law is relatively new to quilting, and I'm sure you'll agree, this is an impressive achievement. So much detail in this quilt.

She chose to have her quilt professionally quilted, and the quilting is amazing. See if you can spot the details: 
 Ladybirds
 Cupcakes, butterflies and baskets
 Bunnies
 Angels 
 Sunbonnet Sue
And teddies!
What a lucky daughter to be snuggled under this masterpiece!

13 comments:

  1. What a wonderful, wonderful quilt!!!!
    It´s really fantastic and the perfect gift for little princesses!

    Best,
    Britta

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  2. oh my goodness, how beautiful!
    I have no doubt it will be treasured for many many years.
    i wonder how many hours of work went into it???
    j x

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  3. WOW! Your sister can stand up and take a bow! No way she's just a beginner. This quilt is absolutely gorgeous. ~karen

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  4. She's a Beginning Master! What fabulous quilting to go with it. Who did she use?

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  5. ¡¡¡que bonito¡¡ Es una maravilla. Me encanta como te ha quedado¡¡
    I love what you have been
    this is wonderful
    Saludos desde Sevilla, España

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  6. This is so darling, I love it!

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  7. Wow, this is stunning, a real work of art. And the quilting is sensational!

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  8. Hi, love this quilt! We would love to feature it on Quiltstory . Let us know if that would be ok!

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  9. Wow, such a sweet quilt and so many interesting details! I can imagine her snuggled down under it looking at all the pictures. :)

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  10. what a fabulous quilt ! She has done an amazing job, and i bet her little girl is in love with it!

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  11. Such a lovely, beautiful quilt! Your SIL did a great work, I love fairies!

    Best wishes,
    Tatyana

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