Finished Quilt


Posted on May 28th, by Amy in finished quilt, My kids. 8 comments

So yesterday I sat off and on when possible to finish the binding by hand on Emmalie’s quilt. By late afternoon I had finished – my hands were numb at that point so it was a good thing! It went straight to the wash, for the puckery finishing touch. I took it up to Em as she was trying to go to sleep – she looked at me with huge smiles, “I love my quilt – thank you mommy.” She melts my heart everytime =) We had a photo shoot with the quilt this morning -
A few of my favorite details . . .
One happy little girl!





8 thoughts on “Finished Quilt

  1. 1
    Tipper says:

    Oh it turned out so beautiful! I love the colors and the puckering texture is so neat. Really makes it look old timey. You’er so talented!

  2. 2
    Jaimie says:

    Wow Amy! You are so gifted. What an awesome gift to give your daughter. One of these days I’ll learn how to sew, although quilting is for the experts!! :)

  3. 3
    Dana says:

    Ok. Seriously beautiful!

    can i have it??

  4. 4
    from little acorns says:

    Hi Amy!
    Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog!
    I love your quilt (!), & I too just love putting a quilt into the washer & dryer as soon as I finish the binding. . . . I love to make it look like it’s been here awhile (& well loved) too). . . Although I think your daughter will do a good job on the “well loved” part!
    xo, Bren

  5. 5
    amandajean says:

    what a gorgeous quilt!!! isn’t that the best when the little ones appreciate what you make? my kids are so sweet that way, too.

  6. 6
    Jessica says:

    This quilt is lovely!!!!

  7. 7
    Camille says:

    It turned out beautiful! I’m with you on the washing and drying too- nothing better than a deliciously wrinkly brand new quilt. Great job!

  8. 8
    No Crying Mama says:

    that is absolutely gorgeous!! what a blssed girl.

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