Monday, 4 February 2013

Annie Wipso's Fun Quilts

What a wonderful riot of colour and fun waiting for a little child to enjoy and all from Annie Wipso in Shropshire.
Here's Annie's first super quilt, full of fun, with all those learning blocks around the edge for a little one to play with.
and it has a tote bag with a little Westie dog, she thoughtfully knitted, to match the one on the panel picture! I am sure there will be bedtime stories to be told all about those characters in the scene!
Not only one quilt but here's a riot of hearts and other fun shapes in this next one! Annie's second! 
The tote bag has shapes appliqued so neatly and there in the pocket is a cute little matching teddy. 
These quilts are going to be so lovely for all the children who receive them on Wednesday.
Thanks so much Annie for

Hope you all pop back tomorrow as we'll have the very first quilt she ever made from AnnB.
It is so lovely that the quilts are all so very different from each of their makers and will therefore suit the ages, needs and likes of the different children's personalities.


  1. more stunning quilts, I am just beginning mine so it can go in the next consignment lol......hope I can match the one's I've seen

  2. Aww, how cute is that little knitted dog. You just know he’s going to get lots of cuddles, don’t you.

    Two beautiful quilts Annie, well done you.

    Happy Stitching!

  3. You have got so many pretty quilts now! Jill x

  4. Wow, wow, wow, Annie's quilts are stunning and what a treat some little people are in for with these with matching toy accessories too. Beautiful! Hugs, Anne x

  5. Love Annie's quilts, so colourful and as you say Jo an ideal prompt for so many story-times - think I'd like one of those myself tee hee.

    Just finished the bag to go with mine and will put it in the post tomorrow, if it doesn't snow.

    Ann B

  6. Love all the bright colours in both Annie's quilts and those little extras of the dog and teddy are so cute.

  7. What a lovely post Jo. Thank you so much for all your lovely comments. I had so much fun making them and number three is going together nicely too :-)
    A x

  8. I'm such a sticky beak Jo, I had to come and take a peek at what was going on here. I visited Ann and saw her quilt and then nipped here.
    I'm seriously in awe of you all and these beautiful quilts. The colours and designs are just fantastic. Those little extra's just show how much thought and effort goes into each one...all stitched with love and kindness.
    Unfortunately I have trouble sewing on a button so I'll just look on with wonder ;D
    Have a wonderful week.

  9. Hi Jo!

    Just wanted to let you know that I haven't forgotten, and I'll be sorting a quilt out just as soon as I get some fabric.... LOL! We're scheduled a trip into Salisbury at the weekend, so I'll pick some up then!


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