I finally got the fourth row on this quilt using Island Batik fabrics. Fits nicely on a queen size bed.
Well....I believe I am getting kinda lazy, I am wondering if I should just put the last border on and forget it or should I continue on making it big enough for my king size bed? Hummmm so that is the question of the day.
I will say that this fabric is soooooooooooooo awesome. This picture does not do it justice. also..if you look in the middle of the stars, no middle is the same. It is amazing what one can do with half squares.
On a side note: My aunt turns 100 tomorrow and she doesn't even look like it. She still lives in her own home and for the most part has her senses about her.
I have been wanting to make this little doll for years.
The other day I decided it was time.
Now there is something about me that is off, I hate reading directions. I am a visual learner. This pattern is mostly directions and no pictures. Gotta have pictures...just gotta.
I didn't let that deter me but...this is what happens when you don't read them good enough. You have to do things all over again. After I had stuffed the body I had to take the arms off. What a pain to try to get these arms back on....
Lucky I had my "Lapel Sticks"....truly....I glued the 1/4 inch seam allowance under and just slipped the arm in....it wasn't a breeze but it certainly was easier.
He makes and gather quilts for a youth shelter in his area for Christmas. If you want to know more about this, go to the above site, just click on Gene's name. Just make one quilt, you will be surprised how one quilt will make a difference in someone's life.