In progress

I was never the one to cave to peer pressure but I tell ya... this is getting harder to resist. First it was the farmers wife block, I was almost going to start on the swoon along, (which I am planning to make one day but not just yet) but these granny squares are too adorable to resist. I cut up a whole stack of scrapps yesterday and put these together just this morning. They are so quick and easy to do and I LOVE that I've got a project going to keep my scraps in check.

Finally got this baby basted and personalised for my M. She was sitting on the lounge cheering me on as I was working and every time she sees me pull this out she jumps up and down with excitement. If that doesn't get me motivated to finish this up than there is no hope. 

Here is the little panel I did for the back. It was bitter-sweet starting this quilt. I guess I just didn't expect her to grow up so fast. But she's been in her big girl bed for a few months, and not a moment to soon. She had about 20cm of leg room left in her cot by the time we bought her mattress. She loves her new bed though... she thinks it makes a great indoor trampoline. :)

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  1. haha, indoor trampoline. im pretty sure that's what big girl beds are for! love the granny squares, and i'm really digging the hexagon quilt for your little lady. how sweet.

  2. Love the granny square blocks!

  3. Yup, the granny square blocks are too cute! I love the colors :-)

    P.S. Would you consider disabling your word verification please?

  4. Ooooooh Lydia, LOVE your granny squares! I'm having to use all my resistance not to join in!!! Can't wait to see Miss M's quilt finished too!


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