Saturday, July 28, 2007

Works in progress




I have been a busy busy beaver! I made this Winnie the Pooh top today. I work with a man who's wife is expecting their first baby. They are decorating the nursery in WTP. So I just whipped this up! They know that they are having a girl, hence the pink and purple. I found a fabulous orange dot flannel for the back too. I even managed to piece it so I could use it. Every bit of this quilt was made using stash fabric, even the batting and the backing. I was really happy about that. Not much of the purple and the orange left that I used for the borders.

The next picture if of some focus fabric I felt compelled to buy recently. I had no idea why but I know now. I was invited to a baby shower last weekend but was unable to attend. A friend is adopting a 2 year old boy sometime in August. I think this will make the perfect little boy quilt, don't you? I got the coordinating dot too. I *think* I may make focus squares of the bear fabric and then using the dots make nine patches to go around those. I have a lot of the colours from the bear fabric to use in the nine patch. I'm not certain yet. I will look through some old magazines and books tonight to try to make a plan.

Those pesky "M"s are still waiting to be appliqued and the rest of the stars and rails cut for that U of M quilt, but starting a new project is so much more fun!

4 comments:

dot said...

Oh my gosh, you don't have to be a 2 year old boy to love that fabric. I am a 49 year old lady and I certainly would have bought it too. It is just to cute.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Great quilts, great ideas! I love, love, love that bear fabric. Please give me more identifying info. on that piece, if it's in the selvedge... manufacturer? Fabric line? It's fantastic, I would have bought it if I'd run across it too.

Natalie said...

All good stuff, as usual. Love your posts.

Laurie Ann said...

Love that bear fabric. It will be perfect!

I liked the Jack story. Too bad the other cats don't like him. Poor guy.

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