I'm not a quilter.
There. I said it!
I don't really like to quilt, and I probably never will. Any project that takes me longer than a day usually gets set aside and forgotten about. I don't particularly like blistered fingers from tying or hand stitching a quilt. ugh.
But, I do make quilts for each of my babies before they are born. This is my 3rd baby and my quilts are actually improving!
Practice really does make a difference.
For our baby, who will be here in May, I made a funky owl quilt. (I love all of the cute trendy owl stuff that's out there in craft land right now!)
I call this one the non-quilter's quilt because none of it was done by hand and the hardest part of the whole thing was the edges. No intricate pieces, no hand stitching! That's my kind of quilt.
I machine stitched the layers together with some simple outlining.
I wanted to learn how to do the triangle edges because that what my mom and grandma always did on their fancy quilts. It's not as hard as it looks but it does take some time.
If you want to give it a shot, HERE is the tutorial for the triangle edges.
If I can do it, so can you!
The quilt colors even match Mason's lamp and shelves!
I can't wait till he gets here so I can hold him and wrap him up in his cuddly quilt! Hurry baby!
There are only 9 weeks left until my due date! I am so excited/anxious/nervous.
3 kids is going to be an adventure all it's own.