Created by: robinsquiltnest
Project

Alice in Wonderland Quilts

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo "Goin' Tea Party Mad!" by Robin's Quilt Nest Link to website or photo www.robinsquiltnest.net What are you most proud of? Our ability to make an idea of a quilt and make it feasible for others to duplicate by offering a pattern for all of our creations. We offer great directions and instructions for all blocks and techniques, including extra addendum pages for finishing touching and paper piecing when applicable in Robin's Quilt Nest's patterns, making it easy for ALL levels of quilters. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take your time, blanket stitch each image in matching threads. Follow the directions on which block to make first and in sequence...i.e. the Cat's Tail is over lapping another block so you would want to take note of that.

You Can Make This

robinsquiltnest made Alice in Wonderland Quilts with:

  • black & white whimsical prints
  • fabulous
  • bright Batiks

Project Description

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website Name of website or photo "Goin' Tea Party Mad!" by Robin's Quilt Nest Link to website or photo www.robinsquiltnest.net What are you most proud of? Our ability to make an idea of a quilt and make it feasible for others to duplicate by offering a pattern for all of our creations. We offer great directions and instructions for all blocks and techniques, including extra addendum pages for finishing touching and paper piecing when applicable in Robin's Quilt Nest's patterns, making it easy for ALL levels of quilters. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Take your time, blanket stitch each image in matching threads. Follow the directions on which block to make first and in sequence...i.e. the Cat's Tail is over lapping another block so you would want to take note of that.

Q&A with robinsquiltnest

brendajmoore@hotmail.com asked:
How totally cool is this??? Great, WOW, wonderful.
robinsquiltnest answered:
Patterns available!! :) easy, truly! just lots of time to trace out applique images.

Skill Level

Intermediate