today we are back to my Winnie the Pooh project…
since I have limited fabric to work with…I decided to begin with fussy cutting these adorable Pooh characters…
I selected some soft colors for the frames…
ohhhhh….I love these so much…
so, now…show me what you are working on….
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some Tamara Kate fabrics…
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That really sets off the pooh figures.
Hi Brooke, those are so sweet 🙂
I adore the fussy cutting, this is a great way to make a lovely baby quilt with only a small amount of the special fabric. x
Thank you for such a great idea on using this fabric. A friend gave me left overs from her quilt which was incredibly generous. My daughter is a fool for Winnie the Pooh so I treasure it and look forward to making a special quilt when she has babies! I’ll use this idea for sure!!
I love your blocks! I was looking forward to seeing what you did with them – so cute!
The Tamara Kate fabrics are so pretty! Great setting to feature those adore Pooh characters!
That is going to be so adorable. Thank you for the linky party.
Your blocks are just lovely!
Great idea for the blocks. I kind of thought they needed something to make them pop. Working on your binding tip from the other day. I will get that figured out yet.
These are so sweet. I looked for this fabric on etsy and didn’t find it. I have a sister in law who is all about Eeyore and his friends. She will be hosting Christmas this year, so I was going to make her a pillow with Eeyore on the front, paper pieced, and some of this fabric on the back. If you remember where you got it, and it is no trouble, can you help me please?
Every baby should get a little bit of Winnie the Pooh to love!
Always a favorite, Winnie the Pooh.
I made a Pooh quilt for a friend’s first grandchild… I loved every minute making it!
Hi Brooke! Just seeing your WTP fabrics reminds me that I have some of my own to work on. You are inspiring me to dig them out and get a quilt top made. Thank you for that! My bestie was just asking about another hand quilting project – I think this just might be the ticket. Happy Wednesday to you. ~smile~ Roseanne
Your baby quilt looks like it will be very sweet! Baby quilts are such fun to make. Love the Tamara Kate fabrics!
Hi Brooke!! Absolutely love the giraffe print in your giveaway pile!
Oh my gosh! LOVE your Pooh blocks!! Awesome!! Thank you for chance to win your Give-a-way too..Love the giraffes, & butterfly!
Wow, you did a beautiful job with the Pooh squares! The colors in the scrap pile are amazing! Love them!
Ah Sweet Winnie the Pooh…always loved that silly ol’ bear!
I would like to try out some fussy cutting projects so thanks for the inspiration! 🙂
What adorable blocks! I love the look you can get by starting off with a fussy cut center. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway.
This will be your first grandchild? I envy the goodies that little loved one will get. Now to decide what you want to be called! My kids call my Mom “Cookie”
Perfect fussy cuts. I have a frog project coming up and I’ll be fussy cutting some hoppers!
That is great! Perfect color selection. The newest project will be a large wall hanging quilt for Mother’s Day
You are off to such a splendid start! This is going to be a very special keepsake quilt.
so sweet, I love Pooh!
Totally agree – these are too cute! Looking forward to the finish.