Macy’s Quilt

Macy's Quilt

Macy's Quilt


 I made this quilt last spring along with bumper pads and a dust ruffle.  The pattern was the Yellow Brick Road.  I had the pattern for a couple of years, so I was excited to finally get to make it.   Some of the blocks were made with Minkie fabric.  It was a little challengeing since I usually use all cotton fabrics when I quilt.  I really liked how it turned out.


Yesterday I started quilting a quilt that will be donated to the Infant Crisis Center.  There was a work day at church yesterday for this cause.   I didn’t stay because the kids were out of school for President’s Day, and Bill had inservice.  Jemma and I went up after lunch and picked up a boy and a girl quilt that needed to be quilted.  The girl quilt has some terry cloth in it.  It is very cute, but terry cloth will stretch, so I have to be careful quilting it.  Jemma sat at my machine and quilted some of the girl quilt for the Infant Crisis Center.

3 Responses to Macy’s Quilt

  • Rachel says:

    this quilt is beautiful. You really have quite the talent. That’s great that you and Jemma can share in doing this project.

  • Robin says:

    That is so cute, Amy! One of these days I’m going to do something like that….yeah, right. Glad to find your blog!

  • Sharon says:

    I saw this quilt and fell in love with it. My daughter is marrying a guy who has a little girl who will be my “newest” grandchild. Since I make quilts for all my grandchildren I want to welcome her to our family with a quilt. The pinks and blacks would be perfect. Do you have a place where I could get the pattern? Any help would be fantastic.
    Thanks in advance

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