Friday, October 14, 2016

Tic Tac Who?


Last winter several customers at the shop where I work were looking for baby quilt patterns with something cute but not applique.  Quick and easy but not just squares.  Oh, and small enough to be able to use a single length of regular width (42"-ish) fabric for the back.  The wheels in my head started turning.  With other projects in the works, it took a while for these ideas to become finished quilts, but here they are at last, each 38" x 47".  I love how they turned out


Tic Tac Who? quilts by Canuck Quilter Designs
Tic Tac Quack, Tic Tac Hoot and Tic Tac Woof


The pieced focus block is the only slightly challenging part of each quilt.  The duck is the easiest, followed by the puppy, then by the owl.  I quilted them with my walking foot on my domestic machine, and kept the quilting simple to continue the "simple" theme.

I think I'll give each quilt its own post over the next few days to share lots of pictures.


All three block designs will be included in one pattern Tic Tac Who? The pattern is about 3/4 finished, then I'll be looking for volunteers to test the blocks and/or quilt.  Let me know if you're interested!

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21 comments:

  1. All three are cute as can be! You just amaze me over and over! ---"Love"

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  2. Those are really adorable little quilts. Excellent job. Can't decide which one I love most. Too cute! ;^)

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  3. Love these and always need new ideas for baby quilts. I'd be interested be a pattern tester if you need.

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  4. Time-wise I know I shouldn't, but I would love to test the owl block. Don't know how quickly I could get the whole quilt made, but I could do the owl quickly. This is such a cute pattern!!

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  5. What a terrific designs and it certainly ticks all those boxes.

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  6. These are great! Of course, a lot of quilters like to have baby quilts on hand for giving to family & friends. And donation. Something quick is helpful. And, the animal block could be substituted with a printed picture of an animal or something else.

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  7. Adorable! Cute! Sweet! the descriptors are endless. I've been following you for awhile and with each new design, I am in awe. YES, I would love to be one of your pattern testers, when you are ready. Just say the word, and this quilter in Canuck-land, will be at the ready for your assignment!

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  8. So cute, looks quick and easy. Love the idea of being able to quilt using walking foot and home machine. I would be love to test the puppy design if you need someone.

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    1. Thank you! Please email me your contact information: joanne at canuckquilter.com

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  9. Those are adorable..I'd LOVE to be a pattern tester!

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  10. Love..just pure love.
    Depending on time and schedule I would pattern test for you!

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  11. What a wonderful idea. These are great!

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  12. These are absolutely darling! Such a great collection and a great idea to combine all into a pattern.

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  13. Each one is just adorable - so nice to see the three of them. A very cute idea!

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  14. Adorable - should be a popular pattern! Thanks for sharing on Midweek Makers

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  15. Hi Joanne (fellow Canuck), I really love your quilts - if you're still looking for pattern testers, I'd love to help.

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  16. These three little quilts are adorable Joanne and the perfect solution for an impressive but quick baby quilt. I love them and am glad you will offer them as a pattern!

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  17. What a great selection of options. I love the O quilting on the owl version. :-)

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  18. Oh, my goodness - these are all so adorable!!! I'm very happy that you wrote three more posts to describe each one in detail. Charming!!!

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