Tuesday, December 6, 2011

One of a Kind

Life is starting to get back to normal.  Today my sewing machine and I became reacquainted after quite some time apart.  I started using some fabric scraps to make reversible bibs for Sarah for Christmas.  She really doesn’t need anything as she has all her older sisters baby clothes and toys but you can never have too many bibs (Sarah is sick quite alot after feeds due to her reflux).  I will share photos later and maybe a tutorial if anyone is interested?!
Right now though I would like to tell you about another of my latest patterns – ‘One of a Kind’.

After I found out I was having another baby I wanted to design a quilt for her.  Her older sister was given cot quilts by her grandma’s when she was born and I wanted Sarah to have a special quilt when she was born too.   The quilt pattern comes with instructions to make a cot size quilt 40” x 52” (102cm x 132cm) as pictured and a larger size that is 50 ½” x 62 ½”  (128cm X 159cm). 

“This quilt is perfect for your little princess, or to show someone they are ‘One of a Kind’.”

Pattern:  One of a Kind
Fabric:  Quite Contrary by Riley Blake
Quilting:  Patchworks Plus

1 comment:

Lotti said...

Oh, this quilt is truly beautiful and the colours are so very pretty. I love it.

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