Friday, 18 June 2010

Friday Night Sew-In, in the jungle

I can't believe it has been over a week before I took the time to sit down and write a post. Thanks for the comments you have been leaving lately, I haven't had chance to reply yet (as I want to go and visit your blog at the same time!) but I will do soon. I am back very briefly after spending the last week or so, working on my jungle quilt that I want to give out tomorrow.  You can see the animals here and here.
I pieced the top at the week-end and put the 3 layers together on Monday night. Then I quilted every evening until yesterday. Finally tonight for the Friday Night Sew-In, I did sew the border in. This quilt is a present for my friend's son who is already 18 months. Since we are going over for his Christening at the week-end, I was determined to have it finished to hand it over. So now I have to finish hand sewing the border at the back which I should do tomorrow before putting a little label and it will be done! My first OPAM for this month! I am really proud I got there as I only started working on it just under 2 weeks ago. Do you like it?


See you soon!
Celine

8 comments:

  1. Oh that is really cute Celine. Well done especially in the short time you had to do it. Makes me wish I had a little boy to make one for.

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  2. I like it...especially the elephant's trunk taking up space on the nine block. He will be one happy little boy with his own zoo.

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  3. It's lovely Celine. Well done!

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  4. A lovely bright quilt perfect for a little boy.

    Gail

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  5. It has turned out really good Celine and the little one should love it :) Clever you getting it done in such a short time.

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  6. Lovely quilt. You've done a great job!

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  7. What a wonderful quilt - I bet the little boy loves it.

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  8. Oh this was the perfect quilt to reshare today....all this animals are adorable!!!(2010...that must have been fun for you to look back at this quilt as well) I just love the patchwork greens with the bold jungle animals.

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