Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Emily's Quilt

I'm so excited! Yesterday Emily's fabric came in the mail. I order it from ETSY from a shop called Lily Bella Fabrics. The service was GREAT and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. Thanks Christy :) Last year I made a quilt for Addison for her first birthday. This was my first attempted at sewing. I've always wanted to make a quilt but didn't know where to start. I have to give a BIG THANKS! to my friend Lisa for all her help. I couldn't have done it with out her :) So when I decided to make a quilt for Addison I looked high and low for the perfect fabric ... I fell in love with a fabric called Girl Friday by Cosmo Cricket. When I was pregnant with Emily I decided to start searching for the fabric for her baby quilt. I knew it wasn't going to be easy. I search ETSY pretty frequently for fabric and just about a week ago I fell in love with a fabric by Kate Spain. It was perfect. Emily's colours in her room are purple and blue with a hint of green so this fabric was a great match. It was an added bonus that the name of the fabric is called "Central Park" My husband and I just LOVE New York City! I guess it was meant to be :) I've posted a picture of Addison's quit and the fabric for Emily's quilt. Even though this is not a scrapbooking post, you can use the colours in the fabric to inspire a layout. Enjoy the rest of your week. I'll be back soon with an all new Copy Cat Challenge. -Tara


Christina Smith said...

That is such beautiful fabric! Thanks for the link to the etsy shop!

Carol said...

Gorgeous colours, this will sew up beautifully. Etsy just rocks for fabric.

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