Today was baby quilt day! Next Sunday our Church is having a baby shower for Pro-Life. custodia in silicone iphone 6s plus I got my “baby” bin off the shelf and found these panels (on the left and right) so I thought I might as well practice my quilting. custodia per auricolari iphone The one on the left is custom quilted, the one on the right is pantograph quilted. The item in the middle is a receiving blanket. custodia iphone 6s wireless My best quilting friend, Dee, came over yesterday with a notion to make a couple of receiving blankets and some burp pads. custodia integrale iphone 5s I got all excited and said there was an on-line tutorial how to make a quick and easy baby blanket. It took me a little bit of looking, but I found it here: The Self Binding Baby Quilt (Receiving Blanket) | Always Great, Always Free Quilting Tutorials I used a flannel back and a plain cotton front, as that is what was in the bin.
I’m from Buenos Aires, Argentina ..
I’m starting in the patchwork look on the web and all q help me learn! I love your work .. They are beautiful! Congratulations!
I hope someday to make such beautiful work!
Greetings from Argentina!
Welcome to the world of quilting, Marisa! So nice to hear from the other side of the equator. Jump in and have FUN! I’ll be sharing more soon.
Hi Pam from Janet Jensen’s sister here in cold Indiana
You taught my sister well – she is much better and much faster than I am
Wish I could be part of your Mystery Quilt day Hope it goes well
Hi Clarice! Glad you stopped by my website. I’ve missed your sister, she’s been a super busy momma lately.