Tuesday, February 27, 2007

I Think I'm Baby Quilted Out!

Since my DIL's baby shower has now passed I can post a picture of the quilt I made for the wee one on it's way. She has decorated the nursery in a Classic Pooh theme so that is what I put in the quilt. Who knew there was more than one kind of Winnie the Pooh but evidently there is!

My Son did an outstanding job fixing up the baby's room with beadboard wainscotting and a chair rail. We used to call the room the "Spongebob Squarepants" room because of the bright yellow and turquoise color it used to be. But it is now soothing colors of sage green and soft blue. Very pretty.
I think I am officially tired of making baby quilts. Although I just found out my cousin's wife is expecting twins so here I go again!

11 comments:

  1. What an adorable Pooh quilt! Oh my and twins on the way! You will be a busy quilter!

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  2. How sweet that quilt is. There will always be more babies to make quilts for, Chris!

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  3. Babies never stop *s* Classic Pooh is the best - my favorite? Eeyore. The little one is going to love the new quilt.

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  4. Beautiful, How lucky you daughter in law is to recieve such a beautiful quilt.

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  5. The Pooh and the bunny quilt are so sweet. Seems like you'll be very busy with the twins coming along.

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  6. Beautiful Chris! Your gift of love will be treasured for years to come.
    xo,
    Kim

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  7. Sounds like you will be making two more baby quilts.....

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  8. It's adorable. What a lucky baby to have have such a cute quilt to snuggle in.

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  9. I just love the pretty things here! I LOVE classic Pooh. And I was particuarly partial to the bunny one! : )
    How much your gifts will be treasured...an heirloom!
    You are such a talented artist.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  10. This is lovely! I am so envious of your talent. I love classic Pooh!

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I pray that risen from the dead,
In glory I will stand,
A crown perhaps upon my head,
And a needle in my hand.