Thursday, July 7, 2016

A Quilt for our new grandson coming soon.

Something I should of posted a long time ago.  It was one of my favorite projects ever, and one of the hardest.  I have to give credit to Sweet pickins of Draper, Utah for the idea.  Using an old dresser mirror, and some old pallets, I decoupaged the floral napkins onto each board.  Painted it with my own chalk paint that I made.  Taking apart the pallets was very hard, and getting them into the frame, I used 3 different power saws.  I wanted to display some ancestors photos in my new entryway.  I have also taken down the photos, and put up seasonal banners and other photos.
This antique buffet, is painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.



I bought a Charm pack from Moda called Boat house and added a few more Moda fabrics to complete this quilt for our new grandson that will be coming this month.  We are so excited to add another boy to carry on our last name.  I quilted this quilt with a walking foot on my machine.  I love getting these quilting projects done.

Here is the vintage look quilt that I made for our last granddaughter born right before Christmas.


I found this vintage 60s fabric and used others for this baby girls quilt.

another baby boy's quilt was done in November for baby Walker.  It matched his room perfectly.  

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