Wednesday, February 13, 2013

WIP Wednesday


Pin ItHooray!  I've started piecing a new baby quilt.  This will be a gift for my husband's business partner.  They are expecting their 2nd child in May, trying to go for gender neutral, and I've been hoarding this toadstool fabric for just the right quilt.  Had lots of time to piece my HST's over the storm weekend.  All the blocks are done, just have to sew them into rows and decide if I want to border it or not.  I don't want the quilt to be large, rather to be used in the stroller or car seat.

Monday, my shipment of chevron jersey knit arrived so yesterday was spent cutting and sewing this beautiful fabric into infinity scarves.  Still lots more to finish, but I did get a good start on it yesterday.  I'm so in love with these colors.  I have a few more I haven't cut into yet, that will be this afternoons project!

Linking up to the Needle and Thread Network today and Freshly Pieced!

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12 comments:

Maria said...

Lovely squares! And I love the chevron jersey striped fabric! I thought ooooh...those would make great infinity scarves and then read that's what you are doing! Awesome!!!

MaterialGirlQuilts said...

Love the fabric in your baby quilt blocks! This will look great all together.
Amanda

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

nice little quilt....and love the scarves

applepiepatchwork said...

It will be such a cute little baby quilt. Those fabrics are so bright and cheerful.

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pegsplace said...

Nice little baby quilt fabric. And your scarves look so light. Very cheerful too!

Chris said...

Perfect for a baby quilt. I love the colors.

Linda said...

What a bright cheery baby quilt this will be. Love the toadstools. Your scarf collection is amazing. They are gorgeous.

Regina said...

Lovely spring-timey colours!

Karen said...

The baby quilt looks great. Love those blocks. The scarves look pretty good, too!

Toni said...

Your baby cute is going to be really cute, Jeanette! And the chevron fabric will make some great scarves. I really like the teal one!

Anonymous said...

When is the next ECMC fair...?
Kate :)

Karen said...

I was thinking of using HST's in a baby boy quilt (he's due in 9 weeks time) and seeing your blocks has probably persuaded me! Lovely fabrics, so bright and cheerful, I'm sure they'll love it :o)