Saturday, March 15, 2008
Story of the Postage Stamp Quilt
This quilt was originally supposed to be a twin size blanket, but ended up as a baby quilt when I realized that I was insane. I started the project my first year out of high school, but then it quickly fell through the cracks as college and work consumed my time. Occasionally I would pull it out and try to work on it, but would quickly get tired of it.
Finally, after I had gotten married (meaning like 3 years after I started it), I decided I had to finish the project. So I pulled it out and found I only had like half of it! Somehow the other half had gotten lost in all the moving I'd done. Though I was sad, I found it was smarter to make this into a baby quilt anyway, since one inch squares are daunting.
I took the blocks I had finished, made a few more, added the sashing, found a border, and finished it sometime in the Spring or Summer of 2005, I believe. My mom loved it so much that it's been living at her house until recently, when I brought it home for Kora to use.
Posted by Natalie Whipple at 8:55 AM 5 comments:
Labels: Fun Ideas, Natalie's Quilts, Projects, Quilts
Friday, March 14, 2008
Welcome to Our New Blog!
This Blog will be dedicated to the quilting and sewing adventures of myself and my daughter, Natalie. We look forward to building this blog and making it a place of inspiration. It should be fun! Check back soon for pictures, etc.
Posted by Kim Walus at 7:33 PM 1 comment:
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