With all my running this week I didn’t think I would have anything for sew and tell. And while this is not a complete finish. I did finish 3 quilts with the 4th graders on Tuesday and Wednesday. You can read about that in the previous post.
I have been working to get ready for Panguitch. I couldn’t decide if I should make the sample for my class a boy quilt of a girl quilt. I’ve made both. While I was out showing my quilt to local shops someone thought it would make a fun grandma quilt if I combined the two. So that is what I did. I made a bunch of boys.
Then I made a bunch of girls.
And I put them all together in with 30’s prints. Seemed fitting for a grandma quilt. Now I just need to find a boarder. I’m hoping JoAnn’s will have something that will work. I couldn’t find anything in my stash or my sweet neighbor across the street that also quilts. (Found that out on the first day I moved in when she brought dinner over for my family and she had quilting pins stuck in her shirt. I asked her if she quilts and she asked how did you know that. I pointed out the quilting pins and we were fast friends.) Anyway I’m without a car today and JoAnn’s is only 2 miles away so I’ll bike there and pray I can find something that will work. Wish me luck.
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This an adorable quilt! I'm sure you'll find something to compliment this quilt! I loved your story about your neighbor with the pins. I usually have thread all over myself!
Very cute quilt and how fun that your neighbor is a quilter as well.
Oh Em…that is so cute and I love the name of it. What a cute story about meeting your neighbor! Too funny.
Cute, cute kids on this quilt.
this quilt is so fun
gasp – super cute!
i love this…the 30's prints are my favorite part.
That is the most darling of quilts – you are brilliant!
Those are adorable and the 30s prints are perfect for them.
How dangerous must it be to be bicycling distance from a fabric store?!
You are so creative – this is adorable!! Can't wait to see it quilted.
Oh my goodness… soo soo soo cute! that is just adorable. love it!
So cute! Great idea putting both boys and girls into the quilt! Love the 30s fabrics also.
Very cute and perfect fabric.
Such a cute quilt! I just love those little boys and girls!!
That sure is a great quilt. Good luck with the fabric hunt. Love your story about your neighbour.
Just great – love the whimsy!
Hugs – Lurline♥
Ok, seriously this is SO SO Cute! And I am so bummed about Panguitch! I went last year but can't make it this year because my hubby is going to be gone camping with the Boy Scouts, and I don't want to take my daughter with me. And he doesn't want to take a 16 month old with him either :o) I would have LOVED to meet you!!! Next year?
Such a sweet little quilt, just Darling!
Sweet and adorable! How lucky you both are-quilting neighbors!
Aaaahhh. Biking to Joann's. Privileged.
How was your bike ride? Was it worth the trip? I biked for 35 minutes with DD2 the other day and boy did my calves hurt!!! 😎
Boy meets Girl looks great! I hope you found something that works for you for the border!
I love this! I'm having boy/girl twins and it's just a really nice neutral look for a blanket!
wow it would be a wonderful gift for a grandparent. I love it!
This is an adorable quilt! That's so cool having a quilting neighbor.
What a gorgeous grandma quilt. The girls and boys are so cute.
Super cute. I've been scrambling to make kits for panquitch. See ya there.