Breanne’s Quilt (359)

I made this quilt a while ago but forgot to post about it – my friend Diane’s daughter Breanne is 10 weeks older then London…boy are these two munchkins so different…but adorable just the same.

So this chenielle quilt turned out pretty big at approx 50″ square, and so cozy comfy.


Here’s a close up of the chenielle

Breanne’s Quilt (278)

You know how much I love doing Chenielle, I even made a pattern for a scissor keeper using the chenille technique. For those of you who are new to my block – check out the tutorial I did on this technique. The quilt I did for Grace was using chenille also.
Here’s Breanne’s Quilt – super cute I’d say. It measures 50″ square so nice and big. She’s 5 months old now and recently her mom held my baby shower for Miss London. While we were there Dianne was mentioning she’d like a nice big quilt for Breanne that she can use in her crib and she really liked the chenille quilt I received from Debbie.
Here’s the two of them at London’s shower hanging out together – too cute! this is the quilt from Debbie.
Here’s the one I made for Breanne, so snuggly and warm…super easy.

WOW: Blog 200 Giveaway!!

Hi All, today is my 200th blog post – incredible. THANKS to all of you for following, commenting, letting me know I’ve inspired you even if it’s just a little…I love the followers and all of my club members, YOU give me the motivation to do more, post more and find things to inspire more:)

Hmm, I’m feeling like a giveaway…but what should it be? How about 3 FREE patterns…my patterns

Scissor Keeper – something super adorable to keep your scissors in, learn a chenille technique which is the best part!

Kites for Kids – baby in mind, friends, neice or nephew this is an adorable quilt with a kite theme, raw edge applique and scrappy borders, sew much fun.

Chenille Tote Bag – perfect to carry around your favourite block of the month projects in. Folded technique constructed by hand or by machine.

Okay now what should you do? Leave me a funny quilting story…mine goes like this:

When I attend a retreat I always bring sew many projects like I’m going to be gone for 6 months lol. I’m just afraid I’ll run out of something to do…Sew this one retreat, I was of course up super late sewing, visiting and laughing way too much…I was trying to get some squares marked with a diagonal line (simple enought, right) sew I could make half square triangles with them. Well I marked all 50 squares, yep 50 alright – but on the RIGHT side of the fabric instead of the wrong 🙂 too funny, we still laugh about this.

Until next time, inspire me and make me laugh with a good funny story

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