I made Ezra's I Spy quilt by raw-edge appliquing all these little cute things I've been collecting for about a year. It's roughly a twin size.
It was lots of work, but I hope he has some fun with it. He did manage to christen it already in the middle of the night recently. Poor mom and dad had quite a mess to clean up I imagine. But the quilt, and Ezra, came out okay in the wash!
I've been busy making mug rugs for the ladies that volunteer their time in our church nursery. I collected coffee/tea/soup mugs from TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Home Goods, etc. and I'm matching up some fabrics to complement them. It's fun and I hope they like them.
I received this queen-sized whole cloth quilt from a coworker. Her partner's mom passed away, leaving behind this almost-finished lovely muslin beauty. She was a pretty fair hand-quilter. I hope to do it justice and get it finished some one of these days. It's really tough on the fingers, though, thus, the thimble.
I finished this baby quilt a while ago but have not been able to gift it to the recipient YET. Hopefully this coming weekend.
I thought this kit was going to be sewn together like a Trip Around the World - wrong. Each piece had to be sewn together individually! But it's pretty, nonetheless.
I love the backing fabric - I think it's Philip Jacobs? And I didn't have quite enough so I put a strip of gray on the left side. I hope Olivia likes it! She was born May 3 and shares her birthday with my son, who is now 24 years old.
By the way, Happy New Year to you all!
~ Jodi ~