Several years ago, I made a quilt for a child's bed. I recently found that I had quite a piece of flannel left from that project. One of my favorite animals in the zoo is the giraffe. The flannel that I chose was a colorful array of juvenile giraffes in teal, green and pink on a yellow background.
So, I decided to make another quilt, this time a smaller one--a baby quilt. It's not finished yet, but I thought that I might share with you the process that is going on now.
The new quilt's main block is the basic nine patch.
I have repeated the same colors of the flannel. I am quilting the sandwich now and will show it to you when it is done. I have a small space in my apartment in which to work, so a smaller project is easier for me to quilt with my sewing machine. Larger projects are sent out to my friend who has a studio and a long arm machine. Here's hoping the project turns out to be comfy and cute!
What are you working on?
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