A very quick W.I.P. Wednesday post tonight - which is fitting given the speed in which these two projects are coming together!
A couple of weeks ago, a friend showed me a quilt her Step-Mum made for her when she was 12. It had certainly seen better days - well, it was 20+ years old, so many a day seen! Her eldest son had loved it literally to death, and it was falling apart and really on death's door. So she asked me if I could make a new one. Well, two new ones - because she knew once the nine year old had a new quilt, the five year old would want one too! I was more than happy to oblige, and the only guide she gave me was to make them boyish colours, but not babyish prints, as she wants these quilts to last them into adulthood.
|The first one I used a fat quarter bundle of Art Gallery - Urban Mod. I had this cut out, pieced together and ready to baste by the end of day one. And quilted it this morning. Binding will go on tomorrow!|
And the second I cut out and starting piecing together after lunch today. It's another Art Gallery range - Indian Summer. I quite simply cannot believe how bloody quickly these disappearing nine patch blocks go together! I wanted something relatively quick and easy, and the gang at QCA were great when I questioned in there the other day! So given that I still have tomorrow and Friday off work - I am aiming to have both of these bad boys finished by the weekend!
I'm linking up with W.I.P. Wednesday with Freshly Pieced - you can too!