Pretty Playtime Quilts {Blog Hop}

Hello friends! Elea Lutz has a gorgeous new book 'Pretty Playtime Quilts' - and today is my day on the blog hop, hosted by the lovely people at Fat Quarter Shop.

I created the 'Tooth Fairy Block' which was honestly, such fun to make. 

The instructions are excellent and include diagrams each step of the way. This block has quite a few pieces, so my best tip is to read the instructions carefully before you begin cutting. 

This block also includes some embroidery (the fairy braids and mouth), which I just loved. For the eyes, I didn't have any teeny black buttons, so I used some black beads which (I think) look okay.

The 'Tooth Fairy Block' forms part of the  'Garden Fairy Sampler Quilt' which we're working on. You can find the pattern, kits and fabric over at FQS. Just click on the links and you'll be directed right there.

Here are the other bloggers participating in the 'Fairy Garden Sampler Quilt' - stop over at their blogs to see the fun blocks they create on their days.

Week 2 - Erin from Why Not Sew?
Week 3 - Wynn from Zakka Art
Week 4 - Anorina from Samelia's Mum
Week 5 - Amy from Diary of a Quilter
Week 6 - Renee from Sewn with Grace
Week 7 - Jemima from Tied with a Ribbon
Week 8 - Amanda from Jedi Craft Girl
Week 9 - Debbie from Happy Little Cottage
Week 10 - Tina from Emily Ann's Kloset
Week 11 - Erica from Kitchen Table Quilting
Week 12 - Kristyne from Pretty by Hand
Week 13 - Heidi from Fabric Mutt
Week 14 - Brigitte from The Family Hearth
Week 15 - Lorrie from Sew Mod Designs
Week 16 - Kristin from They Grow Up Too Fast


  1. Anorina! I'm such a big fan of your beautiful creations. It's such a joy to see your Garden Fairy block inspiration. She is so cute -- and those little braids!! Thank you for quilting along with us and sharing your beautiful work. xx Elea

    1. It has been my absolute pleasure working with your beautiful fabrics on your beautiful pattern xx

  2. Looks like a neat book and your block is wonderful!

    1. Yes, it's a lovely book with lots of cute projects x

  3. So cute! I am in the middle of making this block now and the construction of some of the blocks is genius! I love the way you did the cheeks- I think I'll do the same :)

    1. Thank you!! Yes, those little applique circles for the cheeks looked a little tricky which was why I chose to stitch :)


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