Calendar Girl and Dutch Treat

 Finally all 12 girls are stitched.
Next step is to assemble the blocks and 
decide on the border.

Earlier this year I bought this book, 
wasn't sure if I could do this reverse appliqué.
Made two or three practice blocks before 
I decided and bought the fabric for this quilt.

My first two real blocks 


 Old and New

For the main print I'm using batik from "Laundry Basket" 
designed by Edyta Sitar. 
The foreground fabric, cream tone on tone prints.

I just love this.

Happy stitching



susis quilts said...

dear paula,your blocks are very nice,i too made the dutch treat and had much fun sewing the tiny blocks,have a nice weekend,susi

tiny said...

Your girls look beautiful, and the quilt that you're going to make I find just fantastic. The firt 2 blocks looks greath!!! Have a nice weekend. Tiny

Aunt 'Reen said...

Congratulations on completing the last Calendar Girl block! They are all beautiful!

Your first 2 Dutch Treat blocks look fabulous! Such pretty choices for these sweet blocks!

Jen said...

HI! Paula, Your 4" blocks and applique is beautiful I like the fabric and colours you chose. The quilt is going to be lovely