Sunday, October 12, 2008

Now what do I do? I would love some of your suggestions!

This is vintage fabric and I'm not sure it is strong enough to make a full size quilt
(I would need to LEARN to quilt! heehee!)

So what are some of your ideas? I am anxious to get started!

I washed it all and I will need to press it and then.........???


Jeannie said...

I think it would make really cute doll clothes. ;-)

If you don't think it's strong enough for a full sized quilt, what about a doll sized one? Those are really popular. Or you can make a quilted table runner, throw, wall hanging, etc.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I like the doll quilt idea. A crib size quilt would be sweet for my 'kids'! And now I am thinking about aprons, too! (thanks for the idea Cindy) If you know any good 'apron patterns', let me know! Thanks for responding, Jeannie!

Lila Rostenberg said...

Aprons? Pillowcases?
that Black and white mini floral looks like a dress I had in 1957...which my mother made for me!

Naturegirl said...

I love lilas ideas. I am not a crafter but a gardener.I saw today on a decorating show modge podging quilting squares onto a chair completely covering every surface!Great conversation piece and then they made a toss cushion quilting only the front but using a fabric that when a hot iron is placed ontop the fabric adheres...I can that..! Binding material I think it's called..I've used binding tape when hemming trousers.
(for the chair you could use the scraps from your major projects!