I’m less than 6 hours from” delivering” (sorry, I love a good pun!) the baby clothes quilt I’ve had in the works – all that’s left is to attach the binding to the back and tack down a few sleeves and collars on the shirts. The details are in my original post about the quilt. I’m linking up to “W.i.P. Wednesday” to show these pictures (please forgive the quality of these pictures – I snapped them with my iPhone). Here’s the front:
And the back (all I did was add the hospital blanket to an already pieced and quilted comforter):
I’ll post the final pictures later today! Don’t forget to check out other projects people have added for W.i.P. Wednesday at Freshly Pieced – just click on the button below!
I’ve finally finished cutting and laying out the 1,600 2″x 2″ pieces of fabric required to make Elizabeth Hartman’s Tokyo Subway Map Quilt, a quilt-along she posted on her blog Oh, Fransson! I’m making this one for myself and am really excited to see how it turns out!
Today I whipped up a “bapron” using this tutorial on Jess’s blog Craftiness is Not Optional. So easy and very popular when my pregnant friend Kimberlee unwrapped it tonight at dinner!
I’m linking up to Fabric Tuesday at Quiltstory – click on the button below to check out other people’s creations!