Friday, November 18, 2011

{amylouwho} sew & tell v3.9 a baby quilt

Hello everyone!
It's been one of those weeks where we've been super busy and I haven't had a lot of quality time with my blog or my fabric!

I have so many things that I want to talk to you about but nothing quite ready to show you. So, I'm sharing another quilt a different friend made for the same baby shower I made this blanket. She doesn't know I'm featuring her here today, so I hope she doesn't mind! (Hi Brynn!)

I took some pictures for her and am so behind I haven't even emailed them to her yet. My friend Brynn has become the unofficial baby quilt gifter for new babies at church. She's the perfect person for this because, unlike me, she knows how to finish a project before starting a new one. Plus she's great at math so she does a wonderful job planning out her designs. AND she's precise, so everything looks pretty much amazing! You can see more of her quilts on her blog Brynn Sews.  I'm really excited to see the ones finished that she's working on now: Kate Spain + Central Park + Lattice pattern!!

This cute little quilt was a big hit at the shower!
Brynn's quilt for Adrienne
I love plus sign quilts and these fabrics are great separated by the white. And the ballon fabric on the back?! SO CUTE!!
Brynn's quilt for Adrienne

and I just adore this pearl bracelet fabric she used on the binding!
Brynn's quilt for Adrienne
I want that pearl bracelet fabric in every color but I just put myself on a fabric diet! Gah!

Thank you Brynn for making awesome quilts! :) (Let's have another sewing day soon so I can finish up the rest of my projects!)

I can't wait to see what you all have been working on! Anyone working on Christmas presents yet?

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1. Please write the post for sew & tell - or add a blurb mentioning sew & tell to a post written since the last sew & tell.  If you are linking to a post with your own tutorial, please make sure it was a finish from this week and that the completed project is shown first.

2. One linky per person. (please put multiple projects in one post.)

3. Link to your specific post.  (See here for permalink instructions - or email me.)

4. Link back here with a link or a button (HTML on my sidebar).
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8 crafty mcCrafters commented:

notes of sincerity said...

Good Morning Amy. :o)
Please forgive me, but I can not find where to link up. Is there a little button? love ya. Trish

Dayna said...

Brynn's quilt is gorgeous! I love the colors, and I agree about the way the white fabric makes them pop.

I hope you get some "quality time" soon! :-)

jmday said...

Oooh. Love the binding so much. I want that fabric, and I've put myself on a fabric diet as well.

I've got a tutorial, but it's for a quilt block, not a "finished product".... and the tute was an undertaking in itself... think it counts for sew & tell?

bethanndodd said...

Fabulous quilt by Brynn! No surprise it was a hit!

I am all linked up. Thanks for hosting! Smiles~Beth

Rene' said...

Love those orange fabrics!!! Great baby quilt.

Heather said...

So cute! It's always fun to see baby quilts in non-traditional baby colors. This looks so bright and cheerful. Love it! :o)

Casandra said...

Thanks for sharing. I had never seen plus quilt with white like that. Gives it a whole different look! I am a newbie blogger and an old quilter. I plan to use my blog to document projects as I complete them, so I hope to be linking to your lovely blog regularly.

Shay said...

I am so proud to say that I am the proud owner of two baby Brynn quilts!!! I love them! Who was the lucky recipent of this beautiful baby quilt?!

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