A soft flannel was used as backing fabric on each of them as can be seen below. I like to use only 100% cotton fabrics for babies quilts.
They will be passed onto Cheryll when she returns from her current tripping around.
I must away and organise some dinner as there has been a storm warning issued for tonight. I do not want to be eating vegemite sandwiches by candlelight should the power go out again.
For those asking - no we did not lose power last night.
Linking with Midweek Makers
Back soon and in the meantime
Happy sewing all
These look fabulous, Karen. Peeps want to know - did the power go out?
Lovely baby quilts! It's nice to have time to spend in the sewing, room, I hope the power is still there!
Gorgeous boy quilts Karen...
You sound like me. always ready for a power failure when theres a storm...
At least I go have a gas stove...
the quilts look great... well done on getting quite a few done....
Such lovely quilts....Glad you were not in the dark x
I’ll let you know when I return home. Thanks so very much for supporting this PICU project. Xox
Hi Karen! What great projects you've shared today. It's fun making baby quilts - those are my favorite size to make. And flannel on the back makes it so soft. You've made great use of your time in the sewing room! Thanks for linking up for TGIFF. ~smile~ Roseanne
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