A Sunday Finish on Monday


Posted on August 25th, by Amy in Award, finished quilt. 5 comments

My day is finally winding down – I still don’t feel like we are in our school routine yet. Hopefully this week will prove me wrong :)

I finished this little beauty yesterday and it made it through the wash today. I know that I’ve said it before. . . but I love the puckery goodness as it comes from the wash. It measures 32×34 inches, I found that these little quilts are great for privacy while nursing too. They don’t collapse on the baby’s face.


Here’s the back – the entire quilt is scraps, so it’s just extra bits sewn together.

I am ready to get started on my cancer quilt – I really need to whip it up!
Have a good night ~
Amy

PS – I almost forgot that I received another award! Sherri gave me this sweet award the other day and I would love to pass it on to anyone that has left a comment recently!Thanks Sherri! Leave a comment if you post it on your blog – I want to check it out :)





5 thoughts on “A Sunday Finish on Monday

  1. 1
    melissa s. says:

    i love that puckeriness of quilts, too. this one is lovely! great idea as a nursing cover-up!

  2. 2
    sara says:

    What a great idea for a small little quilt. My best friend is havign a baby soon and she might need litle burpie towels and nursing blankets too!

  3. 3
    Randi says:

    Adorable quilt!

  4. 4
    Jacquie says:

    warm from the dryer is the best. this is cute! scraps can sure look great…love the back. always love reading your blessings.

  5. 5

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