Monday, 14 April 2008

more WIP's and hints of things to come

no more progress on the last works in progress, so instead here are some new ones, a rainbow quilt following on the theme of the blue baby quilt, this one is going to get a wide white border added to it, as I think it's too small, and then I'm taking them both on Wednesday to show J's colleague who wants 2 baby quilts.

I've had such fun with this one, that I spent 2 hours on Saturday night "designing" or as J described it "colouring in" so there will be another one of these soon, and hopefully a tutorial -- eek , if I can work how to write one.
and because it's nearly my 100th post I've started something for a little giveaway, so here is a sneak peak at a prize in the making.
hope everyone had a lovely weekend.
back tomorrow with photos of captain underpants who is feeling neglected as he hasn't been photographed yet....

13 comments:

  1. The baby quilt is lovely, I love the design of it. My Mum makes scrap pram/cot quilts as gifts, so all her grandchildren have them, my closest friends children have them and a lot of her colleagues grandchildren have them as well. My kids still use theirs when they're playing, either as doll quilts or picnic blankets!

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  2. Better and better! I love the simplicity of it...

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  3. I can't wait to see the Captain Underpants!

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  4. GORGEOUS quilt!
    That WIP looks teacosyish...which is right up my street!

    Oooh, best come back and check out Cptn Underpants....

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  5. The quilt is so fun. I'm always looking for a good tutorial, so...get moving girl! lol

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  6. I love your latest quilt! You've been very busy!

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  7. Lovely Wip's. Hmmm wonder what the bottom pic is? Captain Underpants?
    Lisa x

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  8. Looking forward to captain underpants! Love the quilt and tea cosy
    KImx

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  9. LOVE what's happening with that quilt--very bold and cheery colors. Your tea cosies are lovely. Happy week to you all ((HUGS))

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  10. I love the rainbow quilt - so clever! x

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  11. Hi! That rainbow quilt is just too fantastic. Have you used solids? I am going through a 'solids' phase myself at the moment. Very nice!

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