Saturday, October 24, 2009

crib quilt

I finished the crib quilt for my sister's baby. No sign of the wee one yet but she's due any day now. I washed it up so it would be soft and a bit crinkly.
My littlest daughter is 21 months old now - she "helped" with a prop for a second picture. :0)
I was away in Vancouver last weekend (my other sister had her 3rd son) And while it looks like winter here, in Vancouver there are still flowers blooming.
I don't know what kind of flower it is and I'm pondering how I would applique it - the petals are interesting.
Happy Quilting!


beth said...

cute baby quilt and pretty flower.

Chris said...

I can't decide which I like better - the quilt or the flower. Love the use of white in the quilt. Quite striking!

Janet said...

The quilt is wonderful, lucky baby. If your sisters are all having babies, that's a good excuse to make small quilts.

Crispy said...

Pretty Quilt!! Love the flower and look forward to seeing how you applique it up.


MARCIE said...

Lovely baby quilt! Baby quilts are such a joy to make. I always feel the joy and anticipation of the event while sewing. And what a striking flower! A mum perhaps?

Carrie P. said...

Nice and cuddly quilt just waiting for a new baby. Cute bear too.
That flower is neat. Never seen one like that before.

Evelyn in Canada said...

I love the modern-ness of that quilt. That's kind of what I'd like to see on my own bed one day, but I just can't find the time for a new obsession in my life.

bingo~bonnie said...

your "Square Deal" quilt is simply adorable for your niece or nephew. love those colors. I have one started using 1930's repos... and need to unearth it again so I can finish it up - I had forgotten how pretty it is!

and what an amazingly beautiful flower you photographed while visiting Vancouver!! wow!

Love from Texas! ~bonnie

anne bebbington said...

Have just found your blog via someone elses and have really enjoyed trawling back through your pictures - fyi this plant is a version of the Cape Daisy called Osteospermum 'Whirligig' - we first discovered it in the Seigneurie Gardens on Sark in The Channel Islands in the English Channel - it is a stunning flower