Thursday, September 30, 2010

Heirloom Hand Cut Chenille for Sophia

I've been super busy with an assortment of projects for the arrival of my baby brother's first baby. The only request was "nothing too girly." I found an amazing tutorial for an heirloom hand-cut chenille quilt for Miss Sophia Arabella and the project just snowballed with coordinating embroidered onesies, designer burp cloths, pacifier clip, and a lovey. I am such a visual person... so without further ado

Back Three Layers of Cotton Flannel        ~      Front Printed Fabric

Begin straight line quilting with your lines 1/2" apart

Cut through the cotton flannel layers only

Wash and dry to "Bloom" the chenille

Blanket binding trim with decorative star stitch


Coordinating Burp Cloths Made with Minky

Onesies For Sophie


Kelly said...

Is there anything that you don't do well, Miss Jilted? Totally love the little frog - by the way :)

the jilted ballerina said...

I really suck at bowling :-/

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