A cousin of mine is getting married here in a couple weeks and I found this fun B&W floral print (Essentials III By Studio Fabrics) to use as the focal print in a table topper like this one. My Aunt is giving them some of her china that is a black and white design and they plan to add punches of aqua here and there in their kitchen design.
I also picked up this floral (9 by Sanae (moda)) to use in the pillow I am making for the pillow swap I have signed up to participate in.
I felt inspired by this granny afghan to make one for Miss Sarah's bed. She is very excited about it while I have been wondering what I have gotten myself into when I figured out I need 384 squares to make it the right size for a bedspread. 192 White squares and 192 colored. 11 whites and 13 colored done....loads more to go. Still debating about throwing in a yellow and red...the colors currently selected are already what is in use in the girls' room but I think I may want to add yellow and red.
I also like this pillow by the same woman and have that o the go as well...not sure that I am lovin' my rendition however.
My little one turned 4 today. I spent the day reflecting on the last four years with her as I worked at completing a couple gifts for her. The time has surely sped by in a hurry and today seemed to fly by even faster. She enjoyed her birthday celebration though and was quite tickled with this doll craddle and quilt that I put together for her:
I put together this Wonky House Wall Hanging for Mum back in Feb/Mar for Mother's Day but am just now posting it. I was worried she would know it was for her if I did it sooner as she commented at Christmas that she really liked the design. The pattern was a free BOM by Jenny of Elefantz last year.
An acquaintance at church recently asked me to put together a throw for her daughters bed using a couple fabrics form the Nicey Jane collection. She was please with the final product and has another project lined up for me to do, also in some Nicey Jane fabric.
but not too much on the crafting front. Alot of the week was spent getting everything in order for a relaxed weekend as we welcomed home my husband on Friday morning from a 14-month deployment in Iraq.