Thursday, September 9, 2010

stART: Quilt Books

We have been reading a lot of quilt-related books this week. M has loved them all, so of course we had to do a quilt project this week. I thought about having her sew, but I don't think she is ready for that yet, so I cut the letter Q out of paper, and gave M squares of many different patterned papers to glue on. She loved this and actually made two quilted q's.

Our stories read include:
  • The Log Cabin Quilt by Ellen Howard
  • Reuben and the Quilt by P. Buckley Moss
  • The Keeping Quilt by Patricia Polacco
  • Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt by Deborah Hopkinson
  • Quilt Alphabet by Lesa Cline-Ransome
  • Quilt Counting by Lesa Cline-Ransome
  • A Name on the Quilt by Jeannine Atkins
  • Shota and the Star Quilt by Christine Fowler
  • A Quilt for Baby by Kim Lewis
I am linking this post to stART (story + art = a great start) over at A Mommy's Adventures and Kid's Get Craft over at Red Ted's Art.


  1. Oh this is super cute! A lovely way for her to have a go!!! And learn her alphabet!

    PS would, ahem, LOVE for you to pop over to Kids Get Crafty and hook up too!

  2. I didn't know that there are so many quilt books around. It's a great and simple project to go with these books.

  3. What a great list of quilt themed books - thanks!

  4. This is great way to illustrate a q word!

  5. Okay-I need to go look for some of those books!
    Cute craft too. :-)

  6. I love the Q and the great collection of quilt books! The keeping quilt is one of my favorites :0)

    Thank you for linking up to stART!!


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