A list seems to motivate me to keep on going through. So this one began as number 8 on the list of 12 and gradually worked its way up as I completed some.
With binding done its completed so that I can pass it on to the recipient at the weekend. It's going to a couple who have just had their first baby, a girl. While this is not a usual baby quilt, its size and bright colours I hope will mean that it may be used beyond babyhood.
The reverse means that if they want a quieter feel, they can simply turn it over and its a soft white with a fleck of yellow flower and green leaf.
Since I didn't quite have enough of the backing, two of the sides also have a white embossed type fabric. Now I know what others mean when they have commented about the challenge of quilting over such fabric. It felt as though I had another thickness of wadding there! Thankfully I only had the two sides where that featured.
Here's a bit of a close up of the colours since they don't always show so clearly from a distance (which is how my husband prefers to see quilts so that he can recognize a pattern).
There are now only two quilts left on my list (for 2015 at least) to be sandwiched and quilted. I may not quite get there, but I'm pretty happy with having done 10 since May. I know I'll be making a list for 2016 to keep me honest.
Until next time,
Linking up with a few linky parties,
Great job working through your project list. I keep a list too but I just seem to add to it. Thanks for sharing your lovely quilt with Oh Scrap!ReplyDelete
Thanks Cynthia, two to go - not sure I'll make it, but there's always next year!Delete
Such a pretty quilt! Great job on the quilting; I'm sure the parents will be thrilled and you are so right, it is a quilt that can be used much longer than just the baby age.ReplyDelete
Thanks, I hope to pass it on today, was a pleasure to do.Delete
Love this Lynn! What a superb baby gift, and your quilting is also superb, love the feathers.ReplyDelete
Thanks Sandra, on to the next one now, more straight lines I think.Delete
Yea! for a finish. I really like the whole quilt. I have been pulling out and finishing or at least moving along various UFOs. And, yes a list is a wonderful thing. My "raccoon" brain flits from thing to thing if I don't make and check a list.ReplyDelete