Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Jiggedy Jig

Remember that old nursery rhyme? To market, to market to buy a fat pig. Home again home again jiggedy jig. That's what I named this quilt.
 If you will remember, these were left from the panels that I used of Farm Fresh. I made a quilt and a table runner using the chickens and the roosters. This sweet quilt is for my son-in-law's nephew who is two. I hope he likes cows and pigs.

 And the bright rainbow backing is a couple of pieces I have had in my stash for years now. I know small children like bright pretty colors.

So this will go out in the mail soon, hopefully this week some time and now that this is done, I finally finished quilting the 100 blocks 100 days quilt and put the binding on it yesterday. I began stitching the binding down last night. A couple move evenings should see it finished and then into the washer and dryer for its crinkle treatment. I should have it ready to show you by Friday.

Today we are going to the Padres baseball game, so no sewing will happen. I am still working on my Hands 2 Help quilts and they are moving right along. I would think in two more weeks, they will both be done.
Have a great Wednesday.

1 comment:

  1. This is a lovely finish. So bright and cheerful. Lots of fun.


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