I used this easy tutorial: http://www.cluckclucksew.com/2012/07/tutorial-strip-and-flip-baby-quilt.html
with my Tula Pink Acacia jelly roll.
Baby Cora Ruth was recently seen on Facebook lounging on her new quilt :-)
This adorable fabric is from Heather Ross. So perfect for a baby girl. I hope she grows up loving this quilt.
I did free-motion quilting on it, and hearts down the flipped strip, but I forgot to take a picture of that.
Blessings to little Baby Cora and her family.
~ Jodi ~
I said good-bye to this quilt last weekend - sniff, sniff!
In December at my family's Christmas party my nephew and his wife won it in a raffle. It's one of my favorites. It's quite large and my husband had trouble holding it up. The negative space on the left is all different shades of a nice, soft linen.
My Big Love quilt was on the wall behind my desk at work, but I brought it home yesterday, and then forgot to blog and wish you all a Happy Valentine's Day!
I got tired of quilting the inside of the heart, mostly because it was not coming out exactly right, so I quit. But I like the puffiness of how it ended up. And here's the back:
This the tutorial I used: http://dearstelladesign.com/2014/01/big-love-quilt-tutorial-from-modern-handcraft/
It was quick and easy.
I hope you have a happy weekend ~ may you bless and be blessed!
~ Jodi ~
I made Ezra's I Spy quilt by raw-edge appliquing all these little cute things I've been collecting for about a year. It's roughly a twin size.
It was lots of work, but I hope he has some fun with it. He did manage to christen it already in the middle of the night recently. Poor mom and dad had quite a mess to clean up I imagine. But the quilt, and Ezra, came out okay in the wash!
I've been busy making mug rugs for the ladies that volunteer their time in our church nursery. I collected coffee/tea/soup mugs from TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Home Goods, etc. and I'm matching up some fabrics to complement them. It's fun and I hope they like them.