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All Dolled Up in Salt Lake City

All Dolled Up in Salt Lake City was the brilliant demise of Amanda Herring of The Quilted Fish. The idea is to bring more traffic flow to the designers booth during quilt market and of course to  make new friends.

Each designer was given a doll template and then given the freedom to dress the doll however they wanted.
Each block is unique to each designer. This quilt is going to be charming and coveted by all who appreciate the art of quilting.
I themed my block  " I wish, I wish, for a happily ever after" I think it is every girls dream. Of course, she is wearing a crown and waving her wand and making wishes come true. The cake is part of her dreaming because we all want to eat an endless supply of cake and never gain weight. You will be able to see the quilt displayed in the Riley Blake Design booth at this spring market at the Salt Palace in Salt Lake City, Utah. We have created a wonderful space for the quilt. This will really put you in the mood to quilt.

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  1. this is going to be a BEAUTIFUL Quilt maybe enveryone could give thier patterns to SELL say for Breast Cancer reseach or some other Woman charity? just saying I have to have one. LOVE your block cause my granddaughters are Princess'

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  2. oh my, great block. I have seen some of the others around blogland and I can't wait to see the quilt put together.

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