Maybe someone having a little girl would like this one. Made from vintage sheets and the binding is vintage as well, tiny green dots on white. The back is two pink tones of Kona cotton. The quilting was intended to look like ribbons cascading down the quilt. The four patch is very simple, but the quilting gives this quilt an amazing texture. I love it. It's a wonderful feeling to take something someone else could find no use for and make something beautiful.
I had 3 quilts basted and ready to go this weekend. Finished one, started and stopped quilting on the peek-a-boo baby quilt 3 times. I tried free motion, but ended up ripping and ripping. I couldn't find the groove. Now I'm taking out all the basting and starting over. I hope I didn't ruin it. It's so stretched and out of shape with all the quilting/ripping cycles. Back to the drawing board on that one.
I haven't read a blog for days...my google reader is overflowing. I try to blog without obligation, and for the most part I do. I do, however, enjoy reading your blogs and so I get a bit stressed when the time just isn't there. Do you worry about those kind of things? Gotta run! Have a fab week!