Saturday, November 18, 2017

Two More Granddaughter Quilts...


A few months ago I gave away a few quilts I'd made for three of our granddaughters for Christmas to those in need in the aftermath of hurricane Harvey. So... in the last couple of months I made three more to compensate. All of the quilts I've made have been "one of a kind" till these two. I walked into the quilt shop by our home and instantly fell in love with these fabrics and decided to make two from these sweet prints.


I just don't think it gets cuter than this...


I made these identical quilts for Hazel (18 months) and Charlee (8 months). I used the star pattern that I've used on a lot of the baby and toddler quilts. I love the simplicity of it. It works up so fast!


I can hardly believe it, but this Monday I pick up the last four quilts from the quilter. All I have to do is bind those four, and I will have finished the quilts for the hubs, our children, the kids-in-law, and all our grandchildren. Forty-one quilts in all. I feel relieved and pretty accomplished, if I do say so myself. I'm so grateful that my husband fully supported me in this mighty adventure. He was so sweet to encourage me every stitch of the way!

2 comments:

Doug Gubler said...

I have enjoyed seeing all of the beautiful quilts that you made. I'm so impressed! I know that your family will love them.
Vickie Gubler

Patti said...

Wonderful job! I've been cheering you on all year and I love what you've accomplished. Enough to say that I'd like to try it myself next year!