You might remember that I bought a quilting book a few weeks ago – A Year in the Life of Sunbonnet Sue. It has patterns for 12 quilt blocks, one representing each month. There are options for making each one into a small wall quilt or you can combine them any way you like into larger bed quilts, i.e. one representing each season for a crib quilt, all 12 into one quilt for a queen size, or any other combination you can imagine. I don’t have any baby girls coming into my life soon to do a seasonal one for, and 12 small quilts for the walls isn’t something that really fits into our decor, so I’m tackling the “through the year” queen size for mine & hubby’s bed. I’ve finished 4 of the blocks so far…
When I have a few more done, I’ll do another update, and of course when the whole thing is completed as well :).
I really admire this talent of yours! I wish I was a better seamstress.
I wish I was a better seamstress too (lol). I do okay at quilts, but I’m awful at clothes. For myself, anyway. Kid clothes are easier. Any baby news yet?? I’ve been obsessively checking your blog in case there’s a special “she’s here” post :).
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