Monkey Biz Top Is Finished

Monkey Biz quilt top

40 x 60

The top is finished, but there is still fabric left. The smaller squares that I had cut had been intended for this top, but the top seemed better without them.

I’ll work out an arrangement that uses them for an infant quilt (36 x 36) or a doll quilt (25 x 25) for guild to donate to fire fighters.  Another group makes dolls. When children have to be removed from their homes the smaller ones are wrapped in a quilt and the slightly larger ones are given a doll and quilt.

As soon as the doll/infant quilt is made up, I’ll get into quilting gear.

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11 responses to “Monkey Biz Top Is Finished

  1. Looks great – well done getting the top done So satisfying isn’t it!!? Thanks for linking your finish to TGIFF!

  2. Lovely quilt top. Thanks for sharing! Stopping by TGIFF !

  3. Cher

    I love how this turned out! And nice large areas for some quilting fun too.
    terrific job !

  4. quilt32

    This is really cute and colorful. I like the idea of the doll and doll quilt. I don’t believe we have this kind of program in the Cincinnati area.
    Lillian

  5. Dropping by from TGIFF – those monkeys are so cute and what a great cause you’re going to use the unused squares for 🙂

  6. Maybe on the back with the smaller squares? Love the top. It looks so cute and perfect for some little someone.

  7. Children love quilts and the monkeys are so cute. Great cause and lovely happy quilt too 🙂

  8. Nice use of stripes, which I often shy away from as they seem overwhelming, but on this quilt they are JUST RIGHT!

  9. what a bright, fun quilt! The big, bold blocks make such a great impact!

    🙂 Kelly

  10. Someone is going to love this quilt with all those cute monkeys and bright colors! Well done!

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