Le Poulet Mini-Quilt Table Topper

Last week, I posted about chickens invading my June kitchen.

https://lillianscupboard.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/the-chickens-have-come-to-my-june-kitchen-2/

Actually, they spilled over into my living room when I made this mini-quilt for my table topper rack.  I had a very small remnant of this fabric called Le Poulet by Windham and fussy-cut all of the elements of the quilt.

As of this writing, this fabric is available on eBay.

I just added some chicken-wire fabric for the background and polka-dot for the binding from my stash.

The backing was made from scraps ….

….and I finished it off with some simple machine quilting

There was one fussy-cut of a hen which I didn’t want to lose in a drawer full of scraps, so I added strips to make it into a block right away.  This can be used to construct a tote or gift bag, a potholder or maybe a pocket on an apron.  It’s ready to go.

I also found this great vintage thermometer to add to my chicken-coop kitchen.

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Lillian Applegate Westfelt was a mother of 4, grandmother of 6, and great-grandmother of 3. She was an 86-year-old widow living in a nice little bungalow with her oldest daughter and a beagle-dachsund named Addie. She passed away in November, 2018.

4 thoughts on “Le Poulet Mini-Quilt Table Topper”

  1. I groan over ‘fussy cutting’ but the results are always so clever!
    A cute piece of work–which reminds me that I need to do some little projects–we don’t really need another super-king quilt!

  2. Oh, pocket on an apron! Perfect kitchen-wear. =) Love the piece you did. Amazing what can come from a scrap!

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