We had such fun with Alissa’s Fat Quarter Doll Quilt Sew-Along! You can still join along with Part 1: Cutting & Piecing, Part 2: Embellishing & Basting, Part 3: Quilting & Part 4: Binding. Some of us still have a few finishing touches on our quilts, and lots of quilts are already wrapped around favorite dolls. Here are some sew-along quilts we noticed in the forum and Sew,Mama,Sew! photo pool.

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Robyn from More Coffee Please

This is Robyn’s first quilt! It’s already keeping a doll warm and cozy.

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Beth from At the end of this row…

Beth writes that the quilts were a joy to make and her girls love them. Here’s a top view of one of the quilts.

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Robyn from many different pots

So many people tried their hand at free-motion quilting with this project! Robyn writes, “I liked trying the loops around the border without being forced to commit to it for a large quilt. I also liked the small scale for trying out a color scheme that I wouldn’t have normally chosen!”

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Amanda from modernAcorn

Amanda’s quilt is a work in progress. We love the fabrics and we also think it’s great that this will be Amanda’s first quilt too!

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Sarah from Keeping Up with the Smiths

We really enjoyed seeing so many pictures of the doll quilts throughout the sew-along process. This picture from Sarah shows some great piecing in a back view of the quilt top. Here’s the other side.

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Jennifer from Jennifer Ladd

We love the bright color in Jennifer’s quilt, the perfect size for her daughter’s doll!

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Christie from skwirler

Christie made this quilt for her daughter’s Valentine’s gift. It’s Christie’s first quilt too and she’s ready to put the binding on.

Do you have a doll quilt in progress (or all done) to share? Comment today or visit this thread in the forum (where you can find more quilts!).