Thursday, April 7, 2016

Hugs and Kisses Baby Quilt

I finished the Hugs and Kisses baby quilt for the newest member of our clan, squeezing it in just before his due date.  This week my husband and I thought it would be a good idea to take turns getting the flu and I dragged along, hand sewing the binding down, which seemed to require way more effort than usual.  Funny how even the smallest task can feel monumental when you're sick.
So I washed all the germs off it, took some pictures, wrapped it up and sent it on it's way to Canada.  Happy Birth-Day little boy.  It measures 33x41, made entirely from scraps.  You can find a link to the X block in my previous post Happy Place.
I  also just finished another quilt top NOT made with my scraps(shocking), but from a fat quarter stack that's been hanging around for a while.  I have a few of these hoarded piles of fabric from the same fabric ranges, and they need to come out of the cupboard and become something. Anything.

So. Onward. To the next quilt. There may even be a give-away involved.
Also just downloaded The Glassblower onto my kindle.  I love starting a new book as much as starting a new quilt!


  1. Any quilt finish should be celebrated but when it is made from scraps, its especially significant! Love the colour palette you've chosen Lynne! Yes, get those fabrics out and start making! I'm sure you won't regret it!

  2. It's beautiful. I love the blues.

  3. I truly love this quilt... such peaceful colors for a new baby. Beautiful work, as always. I love starting a new book too :-)

    1. Thanks Danette! The book is really good so far:)

  4. IT is wonderful, perfect for a new little one. Hope you and your husband are feeling better now, the flu is not fun at all!

  5. That looks a lovely cosy quilt! Well done, I'm sure he'll love it

  6. A lovely quilt. I hope you are both fully recovered.


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