Tutorial and A Pineapple Welcome Mini

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12 Responses

  1. Thank you for telling about the pineapple. I had never heard that story before. Your version turned out really nice. You will have to make sure your guests know why the sweet little quilt greets them. 😊

  2. Judy B says:

    This pineapple has been on my to-do list for awhile now. You have inspired me to “git ‘er done”. I also need to locate and purchase some black and white stripe for binding! Do you like the triangle hanger method? I use it all the time on wall hangings.

  3. Susan says:

    Roseanne, that’s a definite winner. I love that binding fabric, too. The enlarged size fits my personality better.

  4. You always give me great ideas. I think these ‘may’ be in my neighbor’s gift baskets this Christmas. Thanks

  5. chrisknits says:

    I’m al mixed up, my pineapple mini hangs inside of the back door! LOL It also is shades of turquoise and blue. Oh well, it looks like a pineapple! Yours is adorable!

  6. Mari says:

    Never too late for some happy yellows and greens! This looks amazing on your front door. Have a good weekend!

  7. Great little quilt. I’m a sucker for anything pineapple. I just bought one for dinner tonight. We hope to slice ours and grill it but the clouds outside are threatening a serious rainstorm. We shall see if grilling will be doable. At least your pineapple is ready to show your hospitality at anytime!

  8. Shannon Fleming says:

    I love this and the message you are sending your guests! I have been wondering why pineapple quilts are so popular and now I know!

  9. What a welcoming little quilt! I love your different shades of yellow and green❤️. Thank you for the tutorial!

  10. I love your pineapple. I hang things on my front door also, I think I need a pineapple now. 🙂

  11. Roseanne, I love your pineapple mini! I have that on my “to do” list also :). Last year Amanda from Jedicraftgirl.com did a beautiful patriotic pineapple quilt using strips! I may have to one with squares and one with strips (LOL) I used to make minis for our front door in Maryland, our house in florida the door is beveled glass with a pineapple etched in the glass — so no more minis!

  12. Vicki in MN says:

    I have seen this pineapple one before, but I really like your enlarged size for the door. Thanks for the history on the pineapple I didn’t know that. When we were in Hawaii to by a fresh one was kinda expensive, since they grow them there I thought they would be cheap!

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