baby crib quilts

The Answer to Scrap Problem – Not Another Handmade Quilt

Truth be known – quilters know all the angles. Every quilter has that extra large stash of scraps. For some reason, no matter how many times you attempt to use these scrap for handmade project after project, not only does the amount of the scraps appear to increase, but there tends to be a need for more storage containers to store the stash.

Got Scraps?- Make a Handmade Quilt

“When life throws you scraps, make a quilt.” Well my stash is full of scraps. I have spent the better part of yesterday trying to clean up the not one drawers, but the many locations where those scraps are kept. I tell myself to keep them you might just need that piece for something. Drawers and boxes later, those lonely lavenders, bored blues, and sulking silvers and shades of every other hue imaginable are waiting their turn to be a patch in one of my handmade baby quilts.

Baby Crib Quilt Tale via Iraq

A new baby on the way, an anxious mother is in labor; the nervous father sits and waits for news on his long-awaited child. This is a familiar tale told each day in hundreds of hospitals around the world by millions of families and their respective doctors.
Quilts tell also many stories. Only this one will tell a different tale. This story has a new baby on the way and a mother giving birth, though there is no father with her by her side.

One Stitch at a Time

“Friendships are sewn… one stitch at a time…”

Quilting may not be one of those “team activities” where you have dozens of ladies sit around all the time and join you in your sewing room. Now don’t get me wrong, you will always plenty of friends to keep you company while making that baby crib quilt. Surround yourself with some of my favorite quilting friends. Let me introduce you to some of them.

Designing the Baby Shower Gift

“Asking a quilter to mend is like asking Picasso to paint your garage!”

When making a handmade baby crib quilt, I truly would rather start from scratch, choose wonderful colors, and design the baby quilt from the blocks in from of me, than mend a hem, fix a zipper, or tear out a seam. The creative side of me allows me the opportunity to bring to life each baby crib quilt as unique and different as the colors and the patterns themselves.

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