Friday, February 4, 2011

The Joy of Quilting

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This is a brown and pink baby quilt.I am making it for my granddaughter Kayla’s baby girl due in May. One side of the quilt will be the flowers you see and the other side will be squares. Kayla and husband Dolan live in Washington State.

I will share my progress as it comes to life as a quilt.The little buttons you see are little Yo Yo’s that will go into the center of some of the flowers.

I am off to lunch with the girls….I hope you have a wonderful weekend. Wear Red today for heart health!!


Janet said...

What a sweet little girlie quilt! I'm sure mama and baby will love it.

I'm off to get a hair cut today....and yes, I'm wearing red!

Mary Bee said...

Puppy, Kitten here. This quilt is more than gorgeous. You are truly a pro aren't you.

How do you know my friend Janet?

Mary Bee said...

I just added PIC. Lets see if it shows up

Lynn said...

So much texture here. Baby will love touching and pulling on those flower centers!!!! Can't wait to see baby with quilt. Good going Grandma!

Werna Gail said...

What a pretty color combination and a treasure for baby girl to remember how special her grandmother is. Can't wait to see the finished quilt.

Cat said...

I love the pink and brown collage of flowers and texture! Quilts are so great for babies! I think my fascination for quilts came from a very young age!

I hope you had fun at lunch. There were 3 people at work with red shirts on yesterday - I didn't know! I'm all for heart health...

Have a happy weekend.

Queen Bee's Musings said...

Love the quilt and the baby will love the different textures. You are just cold? We are finally digging out. Hope your sister is able to get out also. Warmer here this weekend which is helping a lot. Take care and have fun with the quilt.

Lena said...

This is already looking lovely Mary. I can't wait to see it finished. It's going to be an heirloom!

Anonymous said...

First time here...but it won't be my last. This is a charming little(or big) girl quilt. Did you put an interfacing or anything under the flowers before stitching them? Looking forward to seeing the progress on this project.


The quilt that you are making for Kayla's little girl is beautiful! I know she is all grown up, but it is still hard to believe that she is this grown up, with a family of her own.
I still remember that precocious little toddler with that devilish little smile that could get anything out of Daddy or Grandpa- she had them all wrapped around that adorable little finger of hers.
I know she is going to make a wonderful Mom- she has been very lucky to have been surrounded by so many wonderful role models- you, Terri and Jenny.
I can't wait to see the finished quilt- I know it is going to be perfect- I still cherish the quilt that you made for me.
Love and Miss You-