This past Monday night I spent at the hospital, binding a quilt! Actually, I was waiting for my new grand daughter to be born. I was too anxious to just sit in the labor and delivery room so I took a baby quilt to bind. The anesthesiologist came in and made the comment that I had about 1 hour to finish the quilt. I calmly looked at him and said, "This is not for her. Her quilt was finished a long time ago." (Actually, about 6 years ago.) "This is for my niece's baby". He looked at me like I was crazy for having quilts completed so far ahead. It really made me feel good to have them ready for when I need them. Baby "Liliana" was born at 8:33 p.m. and the quilt I was binding was completed.
Here is the quilt I was binding. The fabric is "A Fun Day in the Jungle".
Liliana and her quilt. ("Orphan Annie" pattern available at the shop.)
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Sunday, September 8, 2013
September is National Sewing Month. Join us at My Sister's by taking a class to learn a new skill, meet some other great sewers and teachers. New classes are starting this week, with some classes still having availability. Come see all the new quilts in the shop! Happy Sewing!
Posted by Linda