Sunday, October 27, 2013

QJ - 1999


Preprinted Panel - Blocks
Machine Pieced
Machine Quilted
Kid Quilts
Completed - May 1999

I took preprinted panels of blocks -

Cut them apart -

Added sashing and borders -

Then all I had to do was quilt and bind -

Quick and easy!!

I don’t have photos or the original quilts -

But I do have scrapcards for some - ;))


Preprinted Panel - Blocks
Made for Grandson #1 -


Preprinted Panel - Blocks
Made for Grandson #2 -


Wholecloth Panel -
Made for Grandson #3 -

No photo or scrapcard -

I found a Mother Goose nursery rhyme panel -
No need for sashing or borders -
All I had to do was quilt and bind it -
Extra quick and easy!!


Preprinted Panel - Blocks
Made for Granddaughter #1 -


QJ - 1999


  1. From my experience, those pre-printed panels are a good starting point and they can stand up to hard wear. (and if they are going to fade, they all fade together so it is not noticeable)

    1. I agree - and they sometimes come in fun colors and have characters on them that children like - making them even more special - ;))


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