Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Here is a Baby quilt I just finished, it's labelled and ready to go to a baby called Seth, I did a quilt for his brother Laurie who is now 18months old and Seth is brand new.
Here is my other quilt which has taken me forever to quilt but I love it, it will be a present for someone next year but , I  want to keep it for a while because it has taken me so long to do, Kathleen nagged to try one of these quilts and I am glad she did.
How is everyone's shopping going, it is getting a bit crowded now, we had a lovely day yesterday we did food shopping and Christmas shopping Kathleen also managed to buy herself two lovely tops from Monsoon, we both love that shop and spend ages walking around oohing and aahing , I bought my daughter a dress for Christmas it is truly beautiful, we then went next door to Accessorise and bought earrings so, a good day was had with two stops for coffee and munchies.

9 comments:

simplesuffolksmallholder said...

just absolutely beautiful - you are one talented lady!

simplesuffolksmallholder said...

Forgot to say - my eldest was a designer at Monsoon for several years she works for phase 8 now.

Pam said...

A lovely quilt, the Dresden Fan centre is beautiful and setting it on point was such a good idea.

Pippas quilts said...

wonderful quilts Seth is very lucky.
Good shopping trip.

Elizabethd said...

I love your colour combinations, beautiful.

Piece by Piece said...

Love both of your quilts, both recipients will enjoy them I am sure.
My shopping almost done, cards for the UK sent.
My volunteering will end next week so will get busy with baking etc then.
Patricia

margaret said...

2 lovely quilts, I am not surprised you want to keep hold of one. Sounds like you had a good day out with Kathleen,

syrahsuzie said...

Really beautiful quilts. You are very talented - and patient!

Chris H said...

Shopping is the next best thing to sewing in my opinion... but only just!
Your quilt is GORGEOUS! I love, love, love the Dresden Plate in the middle. So pretty.

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