More February finishes

Can you tell that I didn't spend the weekend cleaning and the kids managed to occupy themselves in relative harmony? 
This is what became of the purchased pink flannel, I am so glad I didnt let it sit in the cupboard for a year!  I was saved from a trip to the shop as I found a scrap of visafix and the teddy was SO much easier to put together LOL!  I think he is much cuter to, I machine embrodered his features this time, only did his eyes by hand.  Hopefully that will also make him a bit sturdier in the washing machine. 

A shot of the second cube I made, I only brought two bells, so that's all the baby toys for now.
 This is a awful confession to make, as I have been a quilter for 11 years, but this is my first Little Quilt of Love.  Well I hope it is, as I have very scant directions as to what they are suppose to look like, but hopefully this will be suitable - its about 16 inches square.  I had a bit of a tidy up and found the beginnings of these four patches, left over from Phoebe's quilt, and some already cut border fabric, so it only took me a morning to make.  Therefore I have no excuse to not make some more in the near future.    

These are some strawberry pincushions I made a few weeks back, but didn't post about.  The pattern is off the Moda bakeshop website.  I only used scrap fabric, so I think that they would look nicer in different prints.  They were quick, easy and fun to make so will make some more in the future - when I have nice scraps from my planned red log cabin. That is on hold though until I do some work towards finishing another UFO....now just stop getting distracted! 
Happy quilting Sue SA.

2 comments:

  1. You are finishing lots lately! Love the strawberry pincushions. And just as well you didn't hit the shops again!

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  2. Great finishes! Your little quilt is beautiful. The flannel looks like it will be lovely and snuggly.

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