This was such a fun quilt to make! Tedious, but fun. I had a request to make a girly Winnie the Pooh quilt in pinks and purples. I had a really tough time finding girly Pooh fabric...everything in local stores was geared towards babies or boyish colors. So I got some flowery Pooh fabric from a seller on eBay, but the amount was limited, so I picked out the pattern for the quilt AFTER I got the Pooh fabric. I had to pick a pattern that only needed as much Pooh fabric as I was able to get. Once I got the Pooh fabric, I sat and leafed through all my quilt magazines until I came across this pattern. I thought it was perfect...there were flowers in the Pooh fabric, and flower shapes on the quilt! Once the pattern was picked out, I was then able to go shopping for the rest of the coordinating fabrics that I needed, and here's the end result...
Note: The pattern I used for this quilt is actually called "Little Girl's Garden"
and can be found in Fons & Porter's Scrap Quilts, Summer 2012 magazine.
*This quilt was long-arm quilted by Chantel Mundschau, Weyauwega, WI.