Nine patch doll quilt

Recently, I participated in the doll quilt swap at: Humble Quilts Blog. Pictured above is the quilt that I made for my partner, Barbara at: My Joyful Journey. The pattern is a traditional nine patch, a free pattern from Kathleen Tracy of: Country Lane Quilts. Pattern is enlarged to make the doll quilt 24"X31". The fabrics are Civil War era reproduction, per the swap rules. The batting is 100% cotton Warm N' Natural©. Simple meandering stippling was chosen as the quilting stitch. 'Want to see the custom label that was created for the back of the doll quilt? Follow the link below my signature.
Here is the custom label for the back of the doll quilt (the swap required a label). Some years ago, the cute little raggedy doll graphic was created for my former web store Homespun Hannah's. Yes, that is where the name for this blog came, lol. Sending many thanks to Lori of Humble Quilts Blog for hosting this fun swap.


  1. I like your Cute Label. Nine patches are a classic! I'm glad you were in the Swap. I like adding Bloggers to my Blog roll


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