Friday, 14 November 2014
The Light At The End Of Tunnel...
... is not a train headed towards me but, in fact, the light on my sewing machine. I finally got a chance to sew again and am optimistic that I may get other chances over the weekend.
This panel now measures 33"x 42". I know the quilt won't be a full on single bed size but after I whack on nice fat borders I trust that it will be big enough to fit a growing four year old over the next few years. Really fat borders.
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that is properly the only time fat is good :D I love it but unfortunately I am not 4 years old :(ReplyDelete
LOVE ! The white sashing frames each section beautifully and makes every block look like its own little piece of art.ReplyDelete
You go girl- fat borders rock!
When your 4 it is more important that your quilt can become a tent, a ghost or accompany you on long journeys in the car! : )ReplyDelete
fat is good (sometimes). The 4 year old and her imagination will love thisReplyDelete
As someone currently sporting a personal fat border, I approve!ReplyDelete
Laughing at Hadley's comment!!! Fat borders are totally in! Looking great (the quilt top that is!) JxoReplyDelete
Ohhh, I love it, and I have so many of those fabrics in my stash. That is such a lovely way to use those wonderful prints!ReplyDelete
Clever maths involved there Mrs CA!
I just bought some of that line. So cute.....and I don't even have any kids. Lol.ReplyDelete
Anything this cute would be a wonderful gift! Love the colours!ReplyDelete
Deelightful quilt! She will be thrilled. And I hear that fat borders are THE thing in Ontario currently so rock on!ReplyDelete
Well I love it and I think the fat borders will do it justice indeed. Hope you carve out more sewing time soon!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous. I love the way you have used the Wee Wander fabric and I am sure she will think it is amazing too.ReplyDelete
it's beautiful. I love the framing -- makes it look like you've got pictures on the wall.ReplyDelete
so beautiful. The framing is perfect for this fabric.ReplyDelete
Looks lovely, and a big fat border sounds perfect!ReplyDelete
Go with it! It's gorgeous :)ReplyDelete
Love how you showcased these fabrics. A huge frame will be wonderful.ReplyDelete
I love a fat border ;)ReplyDelete