No hair loss. Thankfully.
Baby clothes survived.
(In a good way.) kinda.
110 yard spools!!! Probably so this lady can go the first time and think "Oh this is enough thread. No PROB!" Then drive all the way home to have to come back the next day:/:/
That makes me happy!
All of this run around took me two days embarrassingly enough. If you click on the pic you can see the glitter paper I chose to cover my cereal box matte. I think it adds a nice glitzy,glam, extra pizazz to this already sweet little print! Keeper!!!!
The quilt was still on the machine, though, so in between the frame dilemma
Hope ya'll don't mind all this complaining. Trying to be real!
Jersey knit fabrics need a ballpoint needle.
Baby clothes are soooooo cute,but a challenge to quilt with those buggers. Challenge can be met!!
I am totally trying Aurifil.
My friend, Dana @ Old Red Barn Co. has me convinced.
I may be critical with myself and the quilting process,but in the end I love what I did with this quilt. There are some wonderfully, soft pieces of clothing throughout that are so lovely and the depth of the quilting has made it a nice medium weight to keep a kiddo nice and comfy! I am pleased to have been able to create memories for a mama whom loves her children dearly.