Some of you know that in addition to quilting, my other hobbies include a little wood working. My first project was our king sized bed in 2016, shown in our former home. Later I built a few trays, a work bench, an outdoor table, and a desk top to go over file cabinets. I enjoy woodworking about as much as quilting, but it is harder on the body for sure. At least this old body. Recently I had in mind to build a faux printmaker's cabinet. I was looking for something to go under out TV in our living room. I found the plan online, a Ana White plan, although old (2012), and thought surely I could make it. I definitely over estimated my abilities, which is something I tend to do. Anyway, it

Plus Quilts

A few weeks ago I needed a new project so I decided to make a couple of baby quilts from scraps. This is the results...First is the girl version. Then the boy version. I guess I'm old fashioned in that I think certain colors are more appropriate for girls and others for boys. Don't mean any harm, just my personal preference. These were a lot of fun to make. I did use a pattern which was very helpful in making sure the pluses turned out pleasing. The pattern was Arithmetic by Jeni Baker.

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