Monday, August 1, 2011

It is finished!

My grandson and his wife are expecting this month. At Christmas, they told us that a boy was coming their way. By Spring, it mysteriously turned into a baby girl, so here are the baby boy quilt that just got added to my cupboard of coming attractions and the baby girl quilt for my very first great-grandchild. I love quilting, butmy fingers are full of tiny little holes from a couple of months of heavy duty quilting.


Anonymous said...

Both are cute! Love them! Do you hand-quilt your quilts?

I just got lessons on hand-piecing yesterday. I really like that. I need to get going on my hand piecing project so I can set up a little lap sewing kit for the living room and the car.

Keep showing your work. I love it! Even the little boy quilt would be cute for a girl! I love all those colors together.

(Headed up to Perrysburg next week)

Kacey said...

Thanks for the kind words, Lois. Yes, I hand quilted the bejabbers out of these quilts and my fingers prove it. I have only hand quilted one king size and it took forever, but my son has that one to remember me by with I kick the bucket.
If you're going to be in Perrysburg, I'd love to see you...maybe meet for lunch or something equally fun. I'll come over to your place to leave a phone number on private message.

Granny Annie said...

I am not, nor could I ever be, a quilter but oh how I admire the work and those that take it on. Both of these quilts are so lovely and you can be very proud of each of your aching talented fingers:)

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

love love love it!!!

smiles, bee

Molly said...

Beautiful work Kacey! Love them both, but my favorite has to be the "girl" quilt! Kudos for the hand quilting!

Lesley said...

Both quilts look wonderful, but I still don't care for the colors on the boy quilt. (As you know!) P.S. I LOVE YOU.

Jean said...

popping in under my real name (formerly Lois) just to say hello!

Big Dave T said...

We are enjoying our old baby quilts again with the arrival of our grandson (not sure you knew that). My wife can't go a week without some "face time" with Grant, who turns one in January.

I'm not sure we'll be around long enough to become great-grandparents, so we'll really have to enjoy seeing Grant grow up.