Now don't get me wrong.
Jenn's not my daughter...
but this is her first quilt!!
I saw this one coming together.
A quilt always begins with those trips to the shop.
Choosing the fabric....
Deciding what pattern to use....
Cutting the fabric.....
Making the blocks....
I got to sit on the sidelines and watch it all happening!
Like I said.
I'm a proud "quilt mother" today!
Jenn said she will be adding a white border,
so this quilt isn't quite finished.
But we can all see that she's SOooo close!
Two little girls.
You've got to have two little quilts!
Are you a "quilt mother" to anyone?
Let me tell you.
It's a great feeling!
I'm adding this to Amy's sew and tell!
I'd call you my "craft sister"...you teach me so many different crafty things! Love Jenn's quilt, by the way!ReplyDelete
i too would call you my quilt sister!!
Yay! So excited to be this close. Just wait, Beth, I've got some more quilt-y ideas swimming around in my mind from hanging out with you!ReplyDelete
You have been so ( sew) busy!ReplyDelete
Congrats on your art win...love the crow and so darn clever with the labels.....you should do a little tutorial on it!
Yes, I have been tempted to start that new block that Bonnie is talking about as a leader and ender.....but another new project??
My head may explode if I don't finish some of these soon!
thanks for stopping by my blog....we seem to travel in a lot of the same groups :0)
Isn't such a wonderful feel when you teach someone?! Here quilt came out wonderfully! Now she has the bug and will never stop. That's a good thing. :o)ReplyDelete
I love Jenn's quilt! It's so fresh and springy. She has an excellent eye for color.ReplyDelete
I have a quilt mom, she gave me my first scraps. And I am a quilt mom to my twin sis. I had to babysit her through every seam of her first!ReplyDelete
Jenn's quilt is fabulous! She has a wonderful teacher. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete