Babies. Quilts. So good together.
A dear friend from way back when recently had a baby. The Heather Ross double gauze frog print quilt is for her, because she has always loved frogs, and I know how good and soft and drapey that quilt will feel wrapped around her little boy.
This arrow quilt is an idea I was playing around with, trying to quilt a Latvian braid (a knit stitch). The arrow is on a 30 degree angle, instead of the easier-to-work-with 45 degree angle. It looked more like the braid that way. I had also wanted to get a straight striped piece in between the two angled ones, but it didn’t quite work out. I think the quilt is still quite cute as it is, though. Simple.
And this houses quilt comes from a top I made some time back and then allowed to linger. I thought to finish it up once I had the perfect little creature to live in the pocket door—one of my Mama Cat kittens! It’s much more fun that way.
More quilting is underway. I have a binding session planed for this evening on the couch.