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Friday, January 06, 2012

A Quilt For My Daughter Kim - The Finished Quilt

I just realized that I never posted images of Kim's finished quilt!  The holidays have been a whirlwind of activity, crafts, sewing, and more, and I can't wait to share with you all the things I've been up to!  In the meantime, here is Kim's finished quilt ...


If you would like to read the post on the making of this quilt, go HERE.

Fortunately, she loves it, and it will keep her warm on these cold winter nights.  What I liked about making this quilt was that there was no real pattern to the blocks.  It made it interesting and fun to make.

I am currently working on a pink flannel crib quilt for my granddaughter, Reagan, and trying to get up the motivation to finish my mother's blue-and-white quilt with embroidered roses in each of the quilt basket blocks.  My brother asked me to make him a quilt and I am going to make him a log cabin scrappy quilt - a large 80 x 102. 

And, last night, I made my grandson, Glen, an oilcloth lunch bag to take with him on a field trip.

Looks like 2012 is going to be all about sewing and quilting.  Sounds like fun to me!!

I hope you had a special holiday with family and friends and pray that 2012 is everything you wish it to be.





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