My Granddaughter Elena was turning two and I decided to make her a small quilt. Her momma said she was in a toddler bed. So I didn’t think that would be very hard. When I had quite a few squares made, I called her mama and asked her for the dimensions of the toddler bed. I told her I was almost finished with all the squares, and I was excited to get them put together. Elena’s Momma told me that Elena didn’t like her toddler bed, and they had set up a queen size bed for her to sleep in. All I could think of was I had a lot more squares to make.
It is not a quilt but made of fabric. Von dem Haus wurde jedes Teil einzel aus 3mm dicker Pappe mit dem Cutter von Hand zugeschnitten. Diese wurden dann mit Buchbinderleim zusammengeklebt und anschließend mit Stoff bezogen. Ein schöne Art um alle möglichen Kleinigkeiten hübsch aufzubewahren.
My niece wanted her quilt in purple. She’s an identical twin and has been our purple girl since birth (with her sister being the pink girl!) I had seen this pattern before and thought it would look awesome in a two tone purple. I love how it turned out and hopefully she will love it to!
HSTs cut on my AccuQuilt from scraps and a few purchased FQs. I decided on a feature block pattern by moving the HSTs around and quickly decided I wasn’t patient enough to make all the blocks so detailed. So, 4 patches were added in between to get the quilt to a desired size. Machine embroidered a name and gifted to baby Miller at a fun family event.