12 December 2009

... and 12



So this is it: the wall quilt with 24 jolly little faces. No more teasing.
I started working on this in september - october, thinking about adding the numbers from 1 to 24 and a little ring to attach little gifties on each block. But there's no children living in this house, and I wanted to keep this for myself ; ) ...

So, now I get to see all the jolly little faces greeting me for breakfast every morning of december - not a bad deal!

This fabric is T'is the season by Debbie Taylor-Kerman (Henry Glass Fabrics). I think it is last years collection. The fabric itself is quite busy, but so fun to fuzzy cut. Not sure its still available, but the idea would work well with other cute prints. From my last posts, it's easy to tell I have been playing a lot with fussy-cutting this print in different ways.

So, last picture, all 24 of them ...

... and that's it. I promise!

13 comments:

nicolette said...

Wow...! I love your quilt! I can imagine it’s a joy to wake up and see your gorgeous quilt!

shellysquilts said...

Wow! It looks great! Well done!

Leslie said...

it looked great as individual pieces but it looks even better as a whole. great job

Mrs Moen said...

Congratulations on another wonderful quilt, Marit. I love the shape of it! The solid reds and white makes a perfect match to your darlig little snowmen.

Allie said...

Fabulous as usual - I bet it was fun cutting out those faces! GREAT quilt!

Mari said...

Marit, dette var superflott ! Skulle gjerne hatt den kalenderen på veggen, ja.

Katy said...

what a great wall hanging - it's beautiful!

GloJoeSews said...

Wow, it looks so very great! I love the way that the patterns placement is unexpected, and the colors and blocks are just lovely. Awesome job!

Sharon said...

What a happy quilt! I love all the cute little faces, and I really like the unusual layout you used. That one is sure to start your day out right when you see it every morning!

corry said...

Fantastic quilt, what a great job done!

Janet said...

I love it, such a great use of that fabric.

linda said...

Hi Marit! I finally finished my version of your quilt. Here's the link:
http://cottagegardenquilts.blogspot.com/2010/01/snowfalland-quilt-to-go-with-it.html

BUMBLE BEANS said...

Very cute! I know Debbie, i am going to show her this! ;-) cute