Friday, 26 October 2012

Blogger's Quilt Festival - 2012 Fall!

I can't believe it's the BQF again! Woop!

If you haven't already go check it out here: Blogger's Quilt Festival.

This season's entry: my Oorah Love quilt. 

I haven't posted any "finished" photos, so this is going to be a bit of a photobomb!

"Oorah Love"
60" x 60"
Machine pieced and quilted by myself
Best Category: baby quilt?
Made with onesies, blankets and outfits from a baby boy's first year.

block pattern: "Jungle Path"
binding tut: Susie's Magic Binding



the back: a large cotton print featuring the island of Okinawa, flanked by strips from two bandannas the mom sent me. Also The Toddler playing.


and a few of my favorite blocks:

Home from the hospital tie-onesie:

this was a lovie blanket:

Footies from Marine jammies:

footies from fish jammies:


can you make out the quilting? muhawhawhaw



All wrapped up and ready to go:



Thanks for looking!

Thanks also to Amy's Creative Side for hosting this event again and all the awesome sponsors!

Yes, I know. I haven't blogged since August. I may remedy my infrequent writing in the future, but probably not. I just don't have the discipline to SIT DOWN for that long!

19 comments:

  1. way too cute!!! I have my favorite baby outfits from my 20ish year old children in a box waiting for my first grandchild!!

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    1. Thanks! Make a quilt out of the clothes and just save one outfit for grandbaby ;)

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  2. Eeeeeek. You know I just ador this quilt, right?!?!! It makes me smile so!!!

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    1. Heidi me too, the colors make me so happy...wish I could have kept it!!

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  3. Love that's made from memories! Very cute!

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  4. Wow, this quilt is amazing. It's unique, and with lots of detail. It must have taken you a while, but will be a treasure for your little one and his posterity.

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    1. Thanks! I know the mom enjoys it!

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    1. I probably won't feel guilty if MY baby clothes quilt doesn't look as cool ;)

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  6. this is too sweet! seriously! I agree with Lindsey...

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  7. So cute and fun! Such a lovely idea to use baby clothes for it.

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  8. Amazing work and fun quilt.

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  9. So cute and great colours too.

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