Saturday, September 10, 2016

Throwing in some Baby Projects

I'm still in flood disaster mode with my people. Week three had me throwing in a few projects here and there. The Tiger Rock outfits for a photo shoot in the previous post and then baby quilts for two that Jennifer requested are finished. One for her co-workers grand baby and one for her sister-in-law/brother-in-law's new baby.

She supplied the fabric and she choose the trim from my stash. The babies are hundreds of miles apart and do not know each other which is good cause the quilts are  going to be just alike except for color of trim and the monogrammed name.

An animal print top. A minky backing. One trim light pink. One trim light green. 

These were easy to make. 
 Cut the top, bottom, and quilt batting into standard crib size quilt which the internet tells me is 42.5" X 52".

Sandwich the 3 pieces in order, pin, and mark into sewing square sections. I measured every 10" to form equal squares to be quilted. 

Machine Stitch the ruffle trim around each four sides. 

They're the perfect size and weight to make a comfy play mat or cover in the bed or stroller. 

Projects finished and on their way.


  1. The Baby Quilts are Beautiful ! You have been Blessed with the beautiful Gift of Sewing!

  2. Such talent! I think they are so lovely and will be a cherished keepsake long after the kiddos have outgrown them. Nice job!


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