Friday, September 17, 2021

Peter Rabbit and Friends

Another baby boy quilt for a different girl at our veterinarian's office!

I do love the  Beatrix Potter illustrated tales, and this fabric line, which I've had for some years is so pretty. She asked for baby blue with red accent, and this seems to fill the bill.

I used this Mary Fons pale blue print on the back, and light blue binding.

Here is its crinkly shot.

I am so happy with this one, too. I hope she likes it as much as I do.

Mr. Muddling put up a curtain rod for my bluebonnet wall hanging. I'm pretty happy with it, too!

And here in the Land of Muddling, there have been nighttime shots of the moon, beautiful RED hibiscus, sweet smelling four o'clocks, comfort food, and a new project started. The two pictures on the lower right are the beginning of a Bonnie  Hunter pattern, Bitcoin. It called my name and I answered!

The rain finally stopped, and we had no damage at all from Nicholas, which did come ashore as a hurricane. I'm so thankful! I hope all is well in your world.

Hugs and kisses,
Elaine



5 comments:

Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

That Peter Rabbit fabric is so cute and the quilt is great.

My Four o'clocks don't have any fragrance. I only have red ones out of a mixed seed pack. I have found that yellow and orange flowers are more likely to be fragrant.

I'm happy to hear Nicholas didn't damage your area at all. You probably welcomed the rain.

Karen S said...

Peter Rabbit has always been a favourite. It is perfect as a baby gift. Your quilt looks lovely.
Great to see you now have a spot to hang your wall hanging. Curtain rods are a great idea.
Good to have the rain but none of the damage. Hope the garden is happy.

Yesteryear Embroideries said...

Elaine, I am so glad that the storm Nicholas did not do any damage to you! How sweet are the Winnie the Pooh and Peter Rabbit quilts! They will be treasured and probably re used through out families! The red hibiscus is lovely. I love the blue bonnet wall hanging. We used to travel through the hill country on our way to Galveston beach trips and the blue bonnets were in bloom at those times. I miss seeing those lovely fields of blue

Eggs In My Pocket said...

I just saw your precious Winnie the Pooh quilt on your past post and now your Peter Rabbit quilt............oh my goodness, what a wonderful welcoming gift for the new babies. These quilts will always be cherished! We love to see the fields of blue bonnets as well and your wall hanging is so pretty! I have never seen a red hibiscus and it is so lovely! Glad the storm did not damage to your property!

Brenda Kay Ledford said...

That Peter Rabbit quilt is beautiful. I love your lovely red hibiscus photo, too. Glad the storm passed by.