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Saturday, October 20, 2012


Well... I used some more of the little animal blocks I made over two years ago to make this Cot Quilt for my 11th Grandchild, who is due on the 1st of January.
HE will be our 6th Grandson, and we have ANOTHER grandson due early February!
We are 'good breeders' in this family!

Anyway.. here's the quilt I made for him:

 you can't see it, but the quilter did little Noah's Ark animals along the top and bottom, kites down each side, butterflies, leaves and branches through the main part.  I love it.

The back is just little blocks of colour... I usually just use one fabric, but I had so many little bits of fabric hanging around I decided to use them.

I will make a label for this quilt tonight.... then it will be hidden away until Christmas.

I made a cot bumper set to match this quilt too... must find the photos I took and show you too.



Monika said...

Your animals are always so cute - I could tell just be the picture that it was one of your finishes!!! Well done - sadly I won't need anymoe cot quilts for my babies otherwise I know who I would ask to make them! xo

Susan said...

What a lovely quilt for a nursery! Ill bet making quilts for grandchildren keeps you busy.

Barb said...

YOur animals are adorable...

Wendy B said...

just incredible Chris.....looks fab! Love the animals, I'm sure it will be treasured! Would love to see the quilting up close!
xox sew many hugs
Wendy :O)

Maria said...

Such a gorgeous quilt for your 6th GS.. A great finish.


so so adorable

Sandy said...

That is just darling! Congrats on the new grands!

Quilting Chemist (Danette) said...

Such an adorable quilt! Great finish and congrats on the grandchildren.

LTT said...

WOW what a fantastic baby quilt. So much colour and texture for a baby to see and feel.

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