Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Little Boy Blue

I'm done!
It was kind of a RACE to the end!
I wanted to be done!!!
I wasn't real excited about this one.
Does that ever happen to you?


Last night when I had all the little squares together it was fine.
But this morning....
It wasn't fine.
I thought it was kind of.....
boring.

I went ahead and finished it up though.
I HAD thought I'd use that print in the borders...
but I didn't.
Just can't make up my mind sometimes!
:/
Wishy Washy....I think they call it.

It IS nice and soft!
Can't complain about that part!!!
;)

Do we have to love ALL of our quilts
EQUALLY?
oooooh! I hope not.

17 comments:

  1. I think it is a sweet quilt for a precious baby.
    Your work is really nice.

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  2. We definitely don't have to love them all equally. There are some that I just want to hold onto and look at and stroke forever, and others that go directly into an armoire once they are done. Great, and quick, job!

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  3. It's gorgeous, not everything needs to be flashy, sometimes disceet is good.

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  4. Oh I don't think it's boring at all! I love it, very sweet for a baby boy.

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  5. I think it's a lovely quilt, Beth - not every quilt has to be exciting! But I know what you mean - you want to love each of your "children" equally!!

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  6. Now see, I love it. Scrappy (blue always adds in my bood), simple, eye moveing appeal, and like a baby quilt simply quilted so it has a hug in it.

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  7. It is a darling quilt and I'm sure it will be very loved. And, no. You don't have to love them all equally. :-)

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  8. Definitely not boring. It's beautiful :) I love the backing too!

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  9. What a beautiful quilt!
    I know indent love all my quilts the same. Some I have to see and touch all the time and some can get put away.

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  10. I love this quilt... so old fashioned looking and imminently snuggle-able! Great finish...

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  11. You are amazing. I love it. Hugs

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  12. Beth, if we loved them all the same we would have no room left in our homes for our stash.
    But this quilt will be loved for itself by a very lucky little boy. It's a very snuggly hug. Selina

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  13. It doesn't matter what the maker thinks of the quilt... only what the recipient thinks. (I have trouble with the cool colors, too. If it's a quilt I love, it is probably mostly warm colors.)
    Hugs,

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  14. No, not boring; it's sweet :) Love all my quilts the same, no, I don't. Some of them even get my pity.

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  15. I think it looks very soft and cozy. I tend to get tired of my quilts as I finish them, though not all the time, but I may love them again later.

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