Baby quilts. I love them. They make such a good gift. But the best part is they are (hopefully) quick to make. I have a nephew due in less than six weeks so this one better be! There is more margin for error with the second quilt as the little boy in question isn't due until the beginning of February.
I just have to decide which blocks to choose. This may take longer than I thought.
Just in time to sneak it into my sister and brother in law's house before they return from holiday tomorrow morning. It wasn't very easy to photograph in this limited daylight. Me being not very good with the camera probably doesn't help. In reality the colours are closer to the top photograph.
As you can see, it has the Piglet seal of approval. She has been trying to chew it for weeks but somehow I don't think a pre-chewed gift would go down that well. No harm in a little rolling about though.
I'm so very nearly finished with my albatross! The giant wedding quilt for my sister and brother in law is nearly done! I have about an hour left to do on it, I'm so excited. I really am going to get it finished in time for their anniversary, with a week to spare too!
Maybe it's the list of christmas projects in my head or the arrival of fabric for two baby quilts (due in January and February) that has spurred me on? Maybe. Or maybe I'm just sick of the sight of it? Whatever the reason, I'm so happy. I feel free, unburdened.
Right then, as soon as I get this baby fed and distracted I'll be back on it. Guilt free crafting is just around the corner!
Well, another lengthy absence from me! I'm not really keeping it together at the moment. The to-do list just keeps growing or is stagnant. I've been spending my evenings pondering all the things I haven't done, not actually doing any of them. Not productive. Worse than that, I stay up too late and sabotage the next day!
But I am getting one important thing done. Although playing with Piglet isn't really a chore, except when she tries to eat my hair! Hopefully the next couple days will be better and the prospect of a long weekend away is bound to help.