…another baby quilt! The pictures were taken in poor light with my phone at the hotel while travelling for a couple of days this week, but I’m pleased that I managed to finish this little quilt as planned.
This quilt is for a little one whose mother we have known since she was one year old herself.
The Sister gave me the yellow Princess fabric a while ago – it seemed like a good choice for a new little girl :).
As always, the pattern is the Stacked Coins Baby Quilt – at this point I may need to go back and do a count on how many times I’ve made and gifted this quilt! And since there are now a few more babies due at the office, you will be seeing it at least a couple more times in the New Year.
Another finish (I seem to be on a roll here!) so linking up with Finish-it-up-Friday over at CrazyMomQuilts.
Another little finish from my travels (for the knitting purists out there, please ignore the fact that the hat is not yet blocked – apparently the stitches “bloom” during the blocking process).
This cute hat was a kit that the Sister and I bought together at a local yarn store. There was enough Jamieson & Smith yarn in the kit for four hats along with the Sheep Heid pattern by Kate Davies Designs. The Sister made her two hats ages ago and passed along the remaining yarn. I’m not sure if I’ll make another, but I’m happy that at least one is finished.
It doesn’t exactly match the Infinity Scarf from last week, but I’m sure it will keep me warm now that things are getting cold.
And another opportunity to link up with Finish-it-up-Friday over at CrazyMomQuilts.
Back to baby quilts next week :).
Happy winter Friday!
I have to admit that I’ve been back from travel for a week and a half, but between catching up at work and at home and dealing with a little bit of jet lag, a new post has been low on the priority list. Never-the-less, here is a finish that happened over my time away.
This infinity scarf is beautiful, soft alpaca yarn and was a kit I found at our local knitter’s guild show in September. I couldn’t walk past those lovely shades of blue – sadly not quite as lovely in this photo because of the light, but I think you get the idea.
I will be very warm this winter :).
Happy to be back – and this is a finish, so linking up to Finish-it-up-Friday for the first time in many weeks.
A friend took me to one of our local quilting guild’s meetings last month and we saw an excellent presentation by a modern quilter. One of the activities they had going on was creating little bird blocks, so I decided to make a couple.
The pattern is from over at Block Lotto – I have never heard of this site before! Something new to investigate.
I am travelling now for a couple of weeks so the posts may become spottier than they already are but I will try to keep up. Travel also means I will be knitting instead of quilting, so I’m hoping to finish up a couple of outstanding projects!
A while back, my supervisor was telling us in a meeting that he never decorates his office, but encourages his team to decorate his office for him. He then looked right at me and said, “no quilts.” Hmmmm……. challenge accepted!
It’s taken a while because it’s been so busy at work and home, but I hung this little spiderweb quilt in his office this week – just in time for Halloween :). The boss was off for a couple of days so we’ll see how long it takes him to notice it hanging there.
I used Amanda Jean’s tutorial to make four blocks – the overall finished dimensions are approximately 9-inches square.
And it’s tiny, but it’s a finish, so I’m linking up to Finish-it-up-Friday over at CrazyMomQuilts.
Happy pre-Halloween Friday!
A bit of carpentry (it’s not my project, but I’m finishing it because if I want to park my car in the garage this winter…):
A little knitting (very little):
Not too much quilting:
Hopefully more soon!
Happy Thanksgiving weekend to my fellow Canadians!
Wanted to be…
Cozy PJ bottoms.
And a snuggly rag quilt (6-inch finished squares).
And a dolly-sized rag quilt (pictured beside the big rag quilt for scale – 3-inch finished squares and about one quarter the size of the big one).
In case you haven’t guessed, someone here loves little piggies (because they are pink, of course). The piggy flannel fabric came from Joann’s and was perfect for a person who loves piggies.
Too late for Finish-it-up-Friday, but since I missed last week I thought I should share.
Wee, wee, wee…