24 January 2010

Finally up

The nursery quilt is finally quilted. And I got the binding sewn on. And it's washed and crinkly.

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I secured it to the wall (just used a few small nails).

Not that that isn't exciting enough, but after I got the quilt up, I could (finally) get the flag pennant garland up.

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I love it.

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If I could fit in the crib, I think I'd sleep in it.

Hmmm ... now what can I make?

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P.S. Go Vikings!

11 comments:

Nichole said...

your nursery is looking beautiful! i really love the crisp colors.

Allison said...

I LOVE that you hung that quilt on the wall, its gorgeous in there like that! Very pretty and love the quilting you did on it.

Anonymous said...

what good does it do to put a quilt on a wall?

Anonymous said...

I think that you have done a fantastic job! How lucky your little one is to have such a creative Mum! Great ideas and very cool of you to share your thoughts and process.

Stephanie said...

What a great room. Your baby is so blessed to have such a wonderful mom!

Anonymous said...

I agree with anonymous. Why put a quilt on a wall? You must watch too many of those TLC and A&E shows.

Ally said...

Really lovely! Who wouldn't want to sleep there? So fun!

Cheryl Arkison said...

So, so lovely! What a great room for baby.

Jill said...

You continue to amaze me with all of your beautiful sewing projects! I can't wait for the day when I have time to do all of this, too :)

LASS said...

Why put a quilt on the wall? Hmm...because she wants to!!!! I can't believe that. LOL I was making a quilt for the wall because it was cheaper than buying a framed print. There's a reason. Quilts can be pieces of artwork as well, right?! These anonymous commenters, you are so nice to them I wouldn't be able to hold my tongue, as you can see!

Helen said...

Oh I love the quilt on the baby's wall. Beautiful.
My husband and I are expecting our first grandchild in July, its a boy. What an exciting time for the Parents to be and the Grandparents to be, too !