It’s been over two years since I received these cute bunch of owls. They were part of a exchange, Mary Lou Weidman invited me to be a part of, after taking a class from her. I was thrilled.
Growing up my dad used to read me PD Eastman’s Sam and the Firefly. As I got older I read it to him. Then when I became a mother I read it to my kids until they could read it to me. Memories of this book fit perfectly with my flamboyant flock. So I started making words.
Finally I filled in all the blank space with my background fabric. I was a little worried I would run out. But miraculously I had enough. Though I’ll be looking for a close match for the binding.
I’m leaving for Panguitch Quilt Walk today. If memory serves me there will be a vendor there that has lots of batiks and will most likely have a good match. Crossing my fingers and toes I’m right. ‘Cause I’m pretty stoked to finish this cute baby quilt.
Adorable quilt! Great story. Hope you find a match.
That is just darling! Have fun at the Walk.
what a GREAT quilt! Love it.
It's super cute!!
Very sweet! Love the words.:)
Have fun at your quilt walk. Hope you find your fabric. This quilt is absolutely adorable. I can't wait to see it all finished. –Andrea
I took a class from Mary Lou too. Wasn't it fun!! Your owls looks great!
This is so fabulous! Gorgeous owls and memories make it so special!
Love how you mixed these delightful owls with words. Such a clever quilt.
So stinking cute!!!
Darn those owls are so cute! Hope you can find (or have found) some binding to go with them.) But have you thought of using LIME green? It would really add a zing. Also, how'd you make your letters? Curious me wants to know.