I think I’m done with red for a bit.
I finished quilting up my simple triangle baby quilt (https://entropyalwayswinsblog.com/2014/01/16/a-modern-baby-quilt-top/) and have packaged it up along with a bag for mom (https://entropyalwayswinsblog.com/2014/01/18/a-momma-bag/) and Rufus the dog (https://entropyalwayswinsblog.com/2014/01/10/introducing-rufus/) for baby. I did some simple geometric quilting for the quilt and used a vintage cotton/linen fabric for the back.
PASTELS, HERE I COME!
Last night I finished this bag for a new momma. It matches the baby quilt top and stuffed dog I already made. Just need to find time to quilt the baby quilt and the gifts will be on their way. Hopefully this momma likes the color red.
I finally completed my “Jane Fell in the Brambles” quilt, previously blogged here: https://entropyalwayswinsblog.com/2013/10/30/jane-in-the-brambles-quilt-top/. It is an adaptation of Elizabeth Hartman’s Sparkle Punch quilt using fabric from Heather Bailey’s Nicey Jane line, Alexander Henry’s Ghastly Bramble fabric and a Kaffe Fassett print for the back. I went with varied width horizontal lines for quilting. The colors remind me of spring and make me happy in these short winter days.