It has been a very wet day, both inside and outside. I got up with baby Girl this morning to find that water was dripping from the ceiling in the living room on the sofa and on the floor. Charming! A pipe near the hot water cylinder had a leak and the water had accumulated between the floor board before dripping down. We had a visit from a plumber as part as a home emergency cover but all they do then is stop the leak, they don't repair it so no heating and no hot water for us until it's fixed, great with 3 kids. Thankfully we have an immersion heater for the hot water. And because it is so horrible and wet outside, the kids couldn't play in the garden much and we couldn't get the sofa to dry either. Grrr...
Anyway back to the topic of my post.
Earlier this year, my quilting group proposed a challenge to all who wanted to play. We were each given 2 FQs to make a baby quilt for the annual fete in June: one spotty fabric (white on turquoise) and one of the Alphabet soup fabric by Riley Blake.
Barbara Chainey's book Fast Quilts from Fat Quarters but I hadn't pulled out fabric from my stash until last week when I picked a red by Makower, a plain white, a yellow and orange fabric from the Oh Boy collection by Free Spirit and a green fabric by Timeless Treasure
I framed it with a narrow white border and a wider red one.