Today I packed up the baby quilt and sent it off to a sweet little bundle named Camdyn. I wanted to share the pattern with you that I purchased at Cluck Cluck Sew.
This was a fun and easy pattern to sew. It was especially good for hand quilting because you could do straight lines inside the squares and rectangles.
Last night Nancy and I hosted the Bridal Association meeting at the farm. This is a quarterly meeting for vendors. It gives us an opportunity to network with other people like us. I was in charge of decorations and spent the morning making floral arrangements. When I got them packed in my car, they looked so pretty I had to snap a picture for you.
Most of the flowers were in my Grandmother's large blue bell jars. You can see some of them in the quilt picture above. I also used a white enamelware pail. All of the flowers came from my yard with the exception of the pink roses. I used various hydrangea and hosta flowers. It was a fun event!
Your flowers are just gorgeous and the quilt is beautiful and darling! What a wonderful idea to meet together...bravo!ReplyDelete
How lovely Renee! The quilt is so beautiful, no doubt the recipient will be thrilled.ReplyDelete
Those flowers are stunning what gorgeous colours. And your quilt is adorable love the use of colours and fabics so pretty, dee xReplyDelete
What wonderful eye candy! I wish I was that baby! lol! :)ReplyDelete
Those flowers are beautiful! What a pretty color combination.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous setting of flowers! :o)ReplyDelete
And your quilt is as precious as can be!! I need to get that pattern. It is on my wish list. :o) I finished my blocks for the Shortcake and can hardly wait to put them all together. I used the Ruby jelly roll and love all the prints. :o)
Have a wonderful day.
love ya, Trish
Your baby quilt is precious. I love that pattern and am so impressed how fast you hand quilted it. Your flower arrangement are beautiful and I am so jealous that the flowers came from your garden. You are a very talented lady.ReplyDelete
Those flowers are amazingly beautiful...and your quilt is amazing. I bet your shower was adorable. xoxoReplyDelete
Such beautiful work on both the quilt and the flowers. I love to see small bouquets all grouped together. I love the pale gorgeousness!ReplyDelete
Thank you for showcasing the Cluck Cluck Sew pattern. I went on line and purchased the PFD version immediately. I have fabric to start this quilt right away! (this quilt and 100 more of course!ReplyDelete
Wow thequilt is beautiful as is all the flowers of your garden. Oh I wish I had flowers like that! Beautiful!! ElmaReplyDelete