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All laid out on our living room floor (for lack of anywhere else that there might be space!)...
This is a project I've been working on sporadically over the past few months and I've finally managed to get a finished flimsy. It takes awhile to collect up enough action figure t-shirts to make a quilt!! Our oldest grandson has graduated to a 'big boy bed' so I thought he'd like a 'made-by grandma' quilt. I'm definitely NOT a sane quilter so there are lots of things I could have done better, but it's made with love and that's what counts I think. Still have the back to complete and then it's off to the longarm quilter so it will be done in time for Christmas.
And talking about things made-with-love, how about this...
Our #2 daughter-in-love created some business cards for me! They arrived in the mail yesterday and I'm so thrilled!! Can you see the tiny little magpie she included? Thank you Winnie! 💖
- There's a cute tutorial HERE to make pincushions using mini-charm packs (altho' I'm sure you could use your own scraps too!).
- THIS cross-stitch kitty made me laugh!
- THIS is a rather cute knitted slipper pattern you might like.
- There's a free fibre arts magazine available HERE. It's dated 2014 (but still very relevant). I'm not sure if there are further issues available. (updated to add: it appears there are!)
Another anonymous quote for you..."Never organize what you can discard"
wonderful quilt Mary Anne....it's vibrant and perfect for a little super hero in the making!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Karen. Not too sure if a 4 year old will be too thrilled with 'just a quilt' for Christmas - I expect he'd be happier with toys!Delete
Those business cards are perfection!! Logan's quilt looks great. We are our own worst critics, aren't we!ReplyDelete
They ARE perfect aren't they!! Winnie is a graphic designer so when she offered to create something for me I knew it would be good. As for the quilt - I'm very happy it's done. Working on something that large (even tho' it IS only a twin!) is very hard in my small sewing space.Delete
I like your business cards, just right!ReplyDelete
And I think your grandson will love his quilt.
The pincushion idea would work very well with scraps and ribbon of your choice I'm sure.
Hopefully Logan will like his quilt but at four, who knows. He'd probably rather have a toy!ReplyDelete
Fabulous business cards and fabulous quilt top. Logan will love his bright and colourful quilty hug from his grandma. Action figures.....how fun!ReplyDelete
Action figures and little boys seem to fit together somehow, although at this point I'm not sure he knows who most of them are. Spiderman is still the favourite.Delete
Your grandson will love the quilt! The business cards are sharp!ReplyDelete
Thank you Shirlee - hopefully he likes it. At least it will keep him warm!Delete
Wonderful business cards. Love the quilt. The 'big boy' is going to love it!ReplyDelete
Hopefully the big boy will like it, but I think he would probably prefer a toy at his age. Oh well, at least it will keep him warm!Delete
Your new business cards are perfect! The quilt is also going to be well received by your grandson. Congratulations . . .ReplyDelete
I feel honoured to have such nice business cards - lucky me to have such an amazing daughter-in-love to design them for me! The quilt is at the long-arm quilters as we speak.Delete
The quilt will become a beloved treasure, I'm sure :)ReplyDelete
And your new card...wow! Going Uptown!
You never can be sure what a little kid will like, but hopefully he will grow into it. As for the card - it pays to have a daughter-in-love that's a graphic designer!Delete
I LOVE the quilt, it looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
Perfect business card, she did a great job.