In between singeing my taste buds off and watching a ton of Ugly Betty (how did I miss this show when it aired?), I put in a few more hours on my Quilts for Kids quilt this weekend.
Last weekend I pieced the four patch blocks and started sewing them into rows, alternating with solid blocks of this fun pink and orange scooter print. This weekend I finished the rows, sewed them together, added borders, made my first “quilt sandwich,” and (!) actually quilted something. Ta-da!
3 thoughts on “A quilt for a kid, part 2”
Thanks, Janet! I’m really enjoying the process of making it.
Waaaaay cool! Some lucky kid’s in for a treat!