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Chicks And Dinosaurs.

Posted on | March 29, 2016 | 13 Comments

It has taken a while, but I have managed to collect a good range of wool to be able to use in applique projects. It is becoming easier to purchase here in Australia.

So my first play with this technique is Bertie’s Spring which is a Bonnie Sullivan pattern.

Sunburnt Quilts - Wool (Bertie's Spring)

There are four panels, so obviously there are three more to go. These are very easy to stitch, but as with many projects, there is a lot of preparation.

We have also had a 4th birthday for a grandie, so of course there has been some sewing.

Dinosaurs are a popular interest at this age, so some dino cushions were in order.

Here are the covers before the inserts were added.

Sunburnt Quilts - 2016 Dinosaur Cushons (3)

Sunburnt Quilts - 2016 Dinosaur Cushons (2)

Sunburnt Quilts - 2016 Dinosaur Cushons (1)

The dinosaur outlines are from a quilt pattern and then I used some free motion stitching to create a background.

I think I now have a footy hat a scarf to knit because the season has started!

I hope you are having a good week.

Cheers, Karen

 

 

13 Responses to Chicks And Dinosaurs.

  • marina says: love your wool applique block, so pretty! Dinosaur cushions are absolutely a winner. One of my boys was a big dinosaur fan, I made him a dinosaur quilt when he was young. such fun.
  • Sheryl Scholte says: Hi my lovely friend,wow your wool piece is so cute and boy those cushions are just the thing for a little boy,i know my GS's love dinosaurs,the perfect gift for your GS Karen xx
  • Rachaeldaisy says: It's not often you see chicks and dinosaurs in the one post. I love them all. From the looks of things you've got a great wool collection to make such a pretty scene. Your dinosaur cushions are great fun, your grandson will be very impressed.
  • Mary says: I don't know which I prefer--the chicks and that cute, cute scene or the dinos that remind me of my boys at a young age. Oh, were they into dinosaurs. I remember finally giving up and bathing with dinos in the tub...I was exhausted and cold, and they (these huge plastic dinosaurs) had set up housekeeping in the bathtub. I just ran a hot bath and we all soaked for a spell. In summer they migrated to the grassy areas in the yard, but it was winter and too cold for anyone (dinos included) to play outside. Isn't it amazing what someone else's beautiful work can affect us so?
  • sunny says: I love the Bertie pieces! And I love working with wool. You did a great job with your dinosaurs. What a wonderful grandmother.
  • Susan Snooks says: Love that first Spring pattern! These wool/felt projects are very popular at the moment! Yours is lovely Karen!
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: Oh, how cute! I love these!
  • michelle from Rag-tag Stitchin' says: Yes Dinos are big around here too! Love your wool applique it is so sweet xx
  • Anita says: I love the fabric for the triceratops body!! How groovy. It's fun to have children of the age where the dinosaurs are all the rage.You've been very busy making those delish projects. And yes.... footy season is upon us...go the mighty Eagles!!!! lol Cheers, Anita.
  • Fiona says: I love your wool project Karen - I think it's time I did some more! How lovely are those dinosaurs - perfect for energetic little boy Hugz
  • Linda King says: I love your wool appliqué. It is definitely on my learn to do list!
  • Lesley says: Love these projects! Great stitcheries and awesome covers!
  • Joan says: What fun wool work your doing. The colors are just spectacular! And those dino's...some "grand" is going to love them!
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