I have created this blog, so I can keep track of the quilts I complete.*
Here is the last of my niece/nephew quilts. This is for my oldest niece and includes some of her favorite things. I backed it with black flannel--it should be warm under it this winter.
Top is quilter's cotton/poly batting/flannel back.
Flannel quilt for my niece. Flannel top and back, poly batting, large lap size.
This is for my youngest nephew. Large lap size, flannel top and back, poly batting.
I am making quilts (mostly flannel ones) for all my nieces and nephews. The latest one is for my youngest niece.
Flannel top and back/poly batting/SITD quilting
This is for a niece. I used the original Take 5 pattern, but ran a bit short of one fabric, so I added a little extra of a sixth, and picked it up in the inner border.
Large lapsize, flannel top and back, poly batting
This flannel quilt is a large lap-size. Top and backing are flannel, poly batting, tied every four inches with #10 cotton crochet thread
Each month Warehouse Fabric has a drawing for a $50 gift certificate, and I won for May! I used it immediately to order their Fabric by the Pound. Some is quilting weight but most is drapery weight. When it arrived, I knew that my husband would wonder what could be done with it, so I made this bag of some of my winnings to hold the rest of the fabrics.
Large lap size, quilting cotton top and back, poly batting.
Dinner napkins from bandanas