Monday, June 4, 2012

Design Wall Monday

Last on the design wall is a quilt top that will go to Carin and Carol over at Margaret's Hope Chest.  They are looking to gather children's quilts for their Prison Ministry this summer.  You can read more about the quilt drive here.  I change the pattern a wee bit since I had a stash of 6.5 inch cut novelty squares.

I first saw the pattern at Katie's Swim, Bike, Quilt blog. The original pattern is called Storytime Squares by Rae and can be found here.

9 comments:

Dee Dee said...

Fun quilt, just might have to get the pattern and make a few myself. Thanks for sharing.

soscrappy said...

What a fun pattern for novelty squares. So much fun!

NeverBored said...

Love it! Hadn't thought of this type of arrangement for my I Spy type quilts, but I will be using it in the future. I'm making "Grandparent quilts" for my siblings to use when their grandkids are at their homes.
Thanks for sharing!

Chris said...

What a fun quilt. Very nice.

Chris said...

Cute quilt. Such a good way to use a pile of novelty kid prints!

Linda_J said...

I like it! Simple and effective. The panel one is cute too---one I had not seen.

AnnieO said...

Good change up to the typical settings of squares! Great way to use up those precuts.

make.share.give said...

Very nice. I love that pattern (its on my mile-long to-do list) and how you decided to change it up.

Greenmare said...

beautiful!!!! I love the simplicity, it really makes it just perfect!