thank you Vicki!

Ok, I’m starting to get pretty excited when the postman rings my bell. Of course today he punished me for my eagerness by delivering maternity underwear and stamps. But look what he brought me yesterday! This gorgeous little doll quilt from Vicki!

Isn’t it yummy! Is it my pregnant-ness or does it make everyone want to dive head first into a strawberry shortcake. Getting to that point where everything reminds me of a treat. I just love these bright colors and  look at the hand quilting! And the little embroidery in the corner. It’s just so sweet. Thank you Vicki, I love it!

And looks like Vicki is hooked on the tiny quilts, click over and sign up for your chance to win one of your own. I’m sitting on my hands to keep from signing up myself. I may have to pick up another one from her shop.

20 thoughts on “thank you Vicki!

  1. Colleen says:

    Man thats adorable!!! I love love love thoose colors! She has the best fabrics ever dosnt she. Your one lucky girl

  2. amy k. says:

    oh man!! wow-this is lovely! okay, I totally was gonna make your girl a doll quilt too, now I am worried!
    these colors are so sweet. . .that vicki is a star!

  3. Sarah says:

    It turned out fabulous…and now that you mention it, it is reminiscent of strawberry shortcake!
    Vicki did a wonderful job. But Amy’s right, she may put a damper on blogosphere quilts because the rest of us are too intimidated.

  4. stacey says:

    Thank you for the head’s up to Vicki’s blog – she is so great with colors and her doll quilts are so darned cute – thank you for more inspiration – from you and vicariously!

  5. Tiff says:

    What a wonderful treat to get in the mail, the colors are just perfect. I can’t wait to see the wall of quilts as you as it is completed.

  6. Maritza says:

    What a beautiful little doll quilt! And yes, the colors totally remind me of strawberry shortcake.
    I love how Vicki is so totally on this doll quilt kick now. Her work is gorgeous!

  7. Kristy says:

    I can’t wait to see the quilt wall when you’re finished.How amazing for your little one to be surrounded by such beautiful gifts.If I didn’t have 4 girls already I might just be tempted to have a baby just so I can do the same!

  8. Anna says:

    Haha. The pregnant cravings. Once, I got a craving for my mom’s thick hand-rolled noodles while I was folding a pair of thick woolly socks. Gorgeous quilt. Your quilt wall is going to be so cute!

  9. Nicky says:

    What a wonderfully coloured dolls quilt! Both my daughters are longing for one of these for their countless dollies…. why is there never enough time to do everything????!!! Lovely blog x

  10. Sharon says:

    What an adorable quilt! it’s inspiring me! Hey, don’t knock the maternity underwear! When I had my second, I broke down and invested invested in those bigger-than-granny undies! And boy, was it worth it! I had no idea what I was missing! Being huge and wearing regular tiny underwear is really a losing proposition–it’s bound to make you feel worse. Comfort goes a long way when pregnant.

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