Baby Elephant Quilt
I'm using this pattern from Ann Gadsby Designs and here it is so far:
It was a project I started in June last year because my friend wanted to try quilting. As she had never done one before we decided to both make the same pattern at the same time so I could help her along with it. So far we've just done all the blocks, next step is the borders. The main hold up with it is the time for both of us to get together and work on it, but I think we're planning a day in the near future.
I found this pattern by Annalisa of Busy Thimbles in a magazine a while ago and decided to make it for my hubby. We aren't using all the Moda fabrics, but did get some of them. Not 100% sure what we're doing with the backing yet but I'll get to that. We've spent the last 12 months or so collecting the fabrics, and now that we've settled into our house I decided it was time I got started. So far all I've done is wash and iron the fabrics, but I'm hoping to make a start on the cutting and applique this weekend.
I started this poncho (by Patons) about four years ago and have been doing it in fits and starts. It's made up of two rectangles sewn together and I'm into the second rectangle now. I've got it on the couch for when I sit in front of the television and I'm hoping to get it finished for the cooler weather this year when I'll probably be too big in the belly to wear any of my jumpers.
I picked up two little cross stitch patterns the other day that I thought would be cute for baby's room and I started working on one at the most recent Stitch 'n' Bitch that I held. This is it so far:
They've all got a deadline of a few months so I guess I should stop blogging and get on with some sewing...