it's been too long

 We started a renovation January 5th and my sewing room turned into our kitchen. I had precut three projects out before I packed everything up with the hope/plan of having some spare time. But nope. I finally had a chance to sit down over the weekend and I didn't just get one quilt made, I got two!

You know how much I love a good chevron baby quilt. 
And even better, this was all stash fabric.

And I even managed to use the leftover bits to make a second. 
Yay me!

Now to find to quilt them lol.

And finished up at the perfect time because this beauty of a package was delivered today and I can not wait to get started on it.

quilt monday

  I started this quilt way back in November with plans to have it ready for Christmas. Well, Christmas came and the top was done but it wasn't quilted. That happened on Boxing Day. And before I could get the binding done, the wall I made the quilt for came down in a renovation that in the past few weeks, has grown bigger than we initially planned.

Isn't that what always happens?

I adore this quilt. Absolutely adore it. 
The fabric was an amazing pull by Shari at Road 17n and it was perfection.

I wanted to keep the quilting soft and used one of my favourites, Dragon's Breath.

I love the checkerboard in the middle.

And the red binding.

Now I have to find a spot for it for this Christmas :)

Happy Monday.

special deliveries

 I got the binding finished on 4 baby quilts 

and delivered them to Rising Mama Collective.

And got another one ready for quilting.

And signed up for a Quilt Along through The Blanket Statement.

I'm using the new line Cider from Basic Grey. Love it!

It's been a good week!

quilt monday


Happy New Year! Can I still say that if it is February?  

We started off 2021 in a big way with a massive renovation that has taken over our entire house so not a lot of sewing has been happening here. But I got a lot of projects finished up over the holidays so I still have lots to show you.

Starting off with this cutie for Rising Mama Collective.

I absolutely adored this fabric line.
 I bought a FQ stack on a whim and was able to get 3 baby quilts out of it. 

I used an old favourite panto, Popcorn
It works with the whimsy of the fabric.

I used a soft mint green grunge of the inner border and the binding. 
It was a great addition.

I had just enough of two co-ordinating flannels to make the backing.

And up next,

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