This is my most recent finished quilt. This is a quilt for my sister's soon to be born baby. #5...can you imagine?? She and her husband prefer not to find out the sex of the baby until birth, so I was going for unisex in color...but not only that, my brother in law is a re-enactor...he dresses up in Colonial times clothing that he has made himself. He makes his own clothes, tent, blankets...you name it...keeps it real authentic. So, I was hoping for this quilt to not only be unisex, but somehow fit in if they chose to take it to a festival.
I was lucky enough to visit a local quilt shop during a scrap bag sale...fill a bag for $1.00. They were kinda small bags mind you, but I was able to find lots of fabrics for this quilt there.
My sister lays her baby on the quilt I make (I've made each neice/nephew one at birth, and then some) each month to capture how much the baby grows the first year...It's fun to be a part of such a record of growth for these kids!
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