The Hushabye quilt:
I blogged about this earlier when this was just a quilt top. Here is the pieced back I made with the leftover charm squares and some basic white fabric. Hopefully during naptime I can start quilting this baby. This will be the first quilt I have free motion quilted, and so far it's not going so great :( I am giving myself until Friday to make it work or I am going to just do straight line quilting instead. The weather has definitely turned cool in these parts and I want my quilt!! I don't know if I have enough patience to stipple it!
The Red, White, and Blue Quilt
So far this is just a pile of fabric, but eventually it will be a gift for someone very important. I won't be able to show pictures of the finished product until after the holidays, but I will update every week on the progress.
The Brown and Blue quilt
Also, just another pile of pretty fabric, but this will hopefully soon be a quilt for another special someone. Like the red, whilte and blue I can't show the final project until after the holidays, but I promise I will be working on it! I plan to use this tutorial to make a double hourglass quilt. I can't wait to see how this one turns out!
The Dr. Seuss quilt
This is the quilt I am most looking forward to completing! My husband and I are expecting our second child (a boy!) in early March! Needless to say, we are over the moon excited! As soon as I saw the fabric I knew I had to make a quilt out of it for #2! I plan on using a pattern out this book. The trick will be making myself work on the Christmas presents and not jump right into this one! This line of fabrics is just too cute!!
These quilts will be my focus for the next few weeks, but I reserve the right to take a break and make pillows,stockings and other Christmas projects along the way! I am afraid that when it comes to quilting/sewing I have a bad case of ADHD! That's why I am hoping this project will help me stay focused!