While I've thought several times about reviving the blog, it just seemed so much work to catch it up to date, that I put it off--longer and longer.
So today, I've decided to jump right in and just share something. Maybe it'll all get caught up--or not. We'll see.
So yes, during the last year plus, I did quilt, and I did finish a few things even. One of which was a quilt for each of the girls. The quilts are identical. The twins are not.
Several of the fabrics are from Backyard Baby, which has snakes and ants and stuff that I hoped their Biology teacher mama would enjoy and were in the colors she originally chose for the girls' room. Also, trees and dogs and flowers and cats and things that little girls like too.
This is the back.
The twins are now over a year old and very active. So many changes in the past year. This is them dressed up for Halloween.
And, since we're on the subject of babies, I also made a quilt for my daughter's friend who had her baby this past August.
Many of the fabrics are from the Sherbet Pips line by Aneela Hoey and others that match them. The back has little girls in swings on it in between 2 rows of the leftover blocks and a red and white dot on either side of that, but I forgot to photograph the quilt before it was mailed off. Here's one with the cute little owner of the quilt.