Sunday, February 1, 2009

Progress peek...

With the heat I haven't been able to applique very quickly at all, but I've finished the first border side and made a start on the second. I'm joining the appliqued borders once they are complete.

I've got a couple of friends with babies due in July so I thought it might be nice to design a baby quilt for little boys. Another scrappy project!

16 comments:

Kate said...

cute!!!

Margaret said...

As always your posts are a delight to read. I must have missed a few over the last month.The new quilts are very fresh, I am sure they will be appreciated.

Kitty said...

Oh wow - I love it. It's going to be fabulous. x

Calidore said...

Ohh that is so cute and I love the colours. Don't blame you for being a tad slow with the applique.....it's far to hot to be doing anything of late.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Love the scrappy boats !

silverpebble said...

Those boats are really lovely - anything to do with the sea makes me smile and the spotty sails are fab. It's sooo cold here. My mum and dad are in Melbourne so I know how hot it is over there! Not surprised appliqueing is a little hard work with 45 degrees to contend with

Stephanie said...

So CUTE!!! With the heat you've been having I'd be thinking about water too and the little sailboats are perfect.

Sara said...

Those are so cute! and perfect for a little boy. I will gladly trade our snow for your heat...

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Oh lovely!!!! Can't wait to see the finished product! Lucy x

Natasha said...

Love the little boats!

periwinkle said...

cute little boats -- its snowing here at the minute
lisa x

Bernadette said...

That quilt looks just lovely, very fresh.

Linda said...

this looks delightful Rachel!! you manage to create so much!

Chocolate Cat said...

What a great idea, I had terrible trouble finding a pattern for a cute boys baby quilt!

Moogsmum said...

Oh what gorgeous little boats! You'd have no problems appliqueing here - it's snowing!

xxx

Whosies said...

love the little sails. great stuff.

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