Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Bee DNA quilt is done

I actually finished quilting this BEFORE I did the HUGE customer quilt, and this one was easy!


I just quilted a large all over meandering in black thread.


Now could I give this as a baby boy quilt or is that a NO NO to give a baby quilt with black in it??

Here’s Sonja inspecting it after a shower (and un-brushed hair LOL)


Now I try to not stand too much each day, and I try to have my feet up in the afternoon and evenings :)

Here we’re hanging out in hubby’s office/ man cave!

not a really attractive picture :P


Have a look at today’s post with the country blog hop


8/17 – Island Batik
8/18 – KISSed Quilts – Part 1
8/19 – Kauffman Designs
8/20 – Adele Mogavero
8/21 – MooseStash Quilting
8/22 – Pamela Quilts
8/23 – Freemotion by the River
8/24 – The Patchwork Pearl
8/25 – Fun Threads Designs
8/26 – For Quilts Sake
8/27 – Lemon Tree Snippets
8/28 – Bejeweled Quilts
8/29 – Tamarinis
8/30 – KISSed Quilts – Part 2
8/31 – Beaquilter
9/1 – Purrfect Spots Designs
9/2 – Maria Michaels Designs
9/3 – Mary Mack Made Mine
9/4 – Made In Scraps
9/5 – Happy Cottage Quilter


LuAnn said...

I love the quilt, and I think it would make a great baby quilt. I think new mothers like brighter quilts and are not decorating their baby's room with pastels as much as they used to. I've seen jelly roll quilts with just a square inserted, but I love the idea of the two colors.

Connie Kresin Campbell said...

Beautiful quilt Bea and I think it would make a perfect quilt for a boy. You look pretty comfy in that photo!! Cute :)

Melody said...

Such a beautiful quilt, so cheerful and happy, I certainly think you could give it to a child.

Michele said...

It looks great and you've got to do what is best for you and the baby so if that means resting a lot, then so be it.