Another Window Box

The Window Box Quilt is such a versatile pattern, particularly to highlight a small amount of a really nice print. This time it was several scraps from the same collection (alas, I am not sure which one that would be).

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Adding a variety of scraps in complementary colors creates a cheerful baby quilt sure to warm someone’s heart and home.

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This is number 12 in our 52 in 2015 project.  Sparkle Jane has one recent finish (shown below), two awaiting binding, one finished top, one nearly pieced, and (I think) two nearly cut out.  When she gets serious, she gets SERIOUS.

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I hope you are enjoying a blessed Easter weekend.  It seems appropriate to spend our time working on charitable projects to show our gratitude to Him, the perfect example of love.  More coming soon…

7 thoughts on “Another Window Box

  1. I love both quilts…am making a few 4 patches and should make a small quilt using SJ’s idea of the sashing and corner posts..don’t know of any expected babies in our family—we’ve had a rush of them in the last 3 months—but can be put away…I like the Window Box and I have some charm squares that would make a pretty one…

    have a Happy Easter!!!

  2. And President Eyring said when we reach out to one another, the Lord feels it as if we reached out to him, so you are spot on! Love this one, too.

  3. I almost never remember fabric lines either. It is a new thing to be conscious of the designer and line. I do remember when guild is doing a challenge related to a line because we talk about it all the time. I still am more likely to browse by colors and prints than brand and designer.

    Sparkle Jane’s cornerstones make the 4-patch quilt–perfect touch.
    And the window box showcases the fabrics nicely. I”m sure the baby receiving it won’t care that we can’ t remember the designer.

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