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Kit, Chloe and Louise

These three little gals have been on my mind for a looong time. They’ve finally made it out of my head here for a little debut. Kit, Chloe and Louise are three best friends who are up for all sorts of adventures and hijinks. What kind of gals are they? Well for one, these are the kind of girls who know how to stitch in a ditch.

58 thoughts on “Kit, Chloe and Louise

  1. so adorable! and my middle name is louise!! love it.

  2. And two of them are left-handed! Love it!

  3. Oh, these have to be among my favorites ever (and I have all the stitchettes). So sweet!!

  4. “Well for one, these are the kind of girls who know how to stitch in a ditch.”

  5. These three have to be my favorite stitchettes ever (and I have all of them)! So sweet!

  6. Can’t wait to get this one! I have an aunt who quilts and this would make a perfect gift for her (stitched-up by me, of course). Really, really sweet.

  7. Darling. Can’t wait to get my hands on those little ones! 😉

  8. Adorable – this would make a great present for friends who quilt!

  9. How wonderful!
    My daughter is a lefty. Looks like someone will be getting a special stitchette softy!
    Thanks for all the inspiration.

  10. Could you add little Amish bonnets on the side as an alternative?

  11. I adore that Hilary! Good job, as always! 🙂

  12. My middle name is Louise, too! I always love All your work. Keep it up, Hillary.

  13. Very cute! I’m glad you’re out of the basement I thought we were going to have to send someone in after you 🙂

  14. ack! this is so adorable! the little girl with the buns in her hair is to die for.

  15. My six year old daughter is a big stitchette fan (she’s done 3 on her own) – and Santa brought her the Kit American Girl doll for Christmas. How very timely you are, Hilary!

  16. they are sooo freakin cute!
    i love them – and they look like the kind of friends a crafty gal needs.

  17. How cozy! LOVE Kit’s hairdo.

  18. I love Kit, Chloe and Louise.
    How perfect for stitchettes to be stitching
    Have a good weekend

  19. I like it sooo much!! And I want to say a translation of a Turkish idiom, “I hope your hands will always be healthy” 🙂

  20. These are so wonderful! I can’t wait to get my hands on these. Another project to add to the pile.

  21. Too cute. Love, love, love this one.

  22. How sweet! I can hardly wait until February to get these!!

  23. Perfect!!! I was on my way to buy fabric today and was just thinking about drawing girls sewing together… how appropriate. I want the pattern!!!

  24. Cute!!! My Middle Name is Louise Too! Emma Louise 🙂

  25. Oh, it’s like a modern day Betsy, Tacy & Tib! I love it!!!!

  26. Squee! I love it and cant wait to get two-one for me one for sis!

  27. how lovely!
    thanks so much for sending me the ‘correct’ pattern. I finally made by first softie – the bunny pattern. I am completely in love with my creation despite the hiccups 🙂

  28. Hilary they are wonderful.I hope you are thinking of some companion dolls to go with this set.
    I just finished reading Hattie Big Sky by Kirby Larson,it’s about a sixteen year old girl homesteading in Montana.Great story and quilting was a shared pastime in it. Ginny

  29. I love this scene; it’s such a nod to our quilt-making past.

  30. My middle name is Louise,too! I love,love,love your stitchette! 3 loves-one for each little quilter!

  31. Oh man, when these are available I am sooo all over it!

  32. How cute are these girls? So so so cute! Hi Hilary, I’ve been catching up on back posts of yours and I’m so impressed by all that you do! Thanks for sharing!
    And I can’t wait for these girls!
    Emily F.

  33. gah! limited edition! oh my, I simply must be on my toes and snatch up those sweet little ladies and their quilting bee.

  34. I have never commented before, but I absolutely HAVE to say that I love. Love. LOVE this! Lovely, touching work.

  35. I can’t wait to get my hands on this!!

  36. they are so adorable. my husband and his family are mennonite(the women are big with quilting) and his mom makes quilts every year. I’m definitely getting this for her!

  37. Well my name is Louise, my daughter’s name is Chloe and one of her girlfriends is called Kit. Chloe is going to LOVE this!!

  38. So Lovely! I really love how you combined friendship and quilting in this.

  39. So Sweet! Count me in! Yikes I hope it’s not too “limited edition-ie”!

  40. I discovered your blog a couple of weeks ago and I sooo love all of your work!!!!! I am a fan!

  41. These are so sweet – please make sure they are in the shop at a time I am likely to be awake! (UK GMT x)

  42. crazy cute! love it!!

  43. Oh I love this one so much! Sooooo much!!

  44. oh my, i can’t wait for this one!

  45. Best stitchets for a gift for my friends,my cousins and my aunt!LOVE this!

  46. I love this…how limited?

  47. not too terribly limited, there should be enough for everyone interested, but we’re not going to reprint them when they run out. at least not any time soon. we just can’t afford to keep everything in the shop in stock.

  48. Way too cute!! This are a must have!

  49. I just saw your little friends stitching at a quilt frame and loved it. Today my friend Ali invited us to her house to quilt–a bonus get-together. We are in a quilt group of seven women who get together every month. Three of us were able to come to quilt with Ali today–she made soup and homemade bread and jam for our lunch. It was such a great time–good for our spirits kind of an afternoon! Then this evening I see your 3 quilters! Love it!

  50. I am getting on the mailing list RIGHT now!!

  51. Where may I purchase the three girls at the quilting frame. Also I would like to have permission to use the photo at a Children’s Fiber Arts Festival as my introduction to interest in quilting.
    I would appreciate your response.
    Thank you

  52. Wow, your items inspire me to keep doing what I love to do…

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