Ta muchly to all who commented on my last post (and if you'd still like to give me your thoughts, I'd be most appreciative).
Congratulations, Faye of fayesplace! My bemused hubby drew out Number One from the little pile I presented him with. I will be getting a little something off to you shortly.
And as a point of interest, I happened to be speaking to a friend on the 'phone the other night and she mentioned she had found rabbit in our local supermarket for.......$24.95 (NZ, of course) for one rabbit! Gulp!! Maybe I should look into marketing them a little more seriously.
Now, onto some quilting:
Two little bassinet quilts for the maternity unit at our local rural hospital. I finished them today using my beloved no-snit machine binding. And I just happened to be travelling past today and was able to drop them off together with the other three I completed a wee while ago. The gratitude they showed really polished my ego!
These were made with some leftover batik charm squares from Tulis Textiles. I am forever amazed at how half-square triangles can be put together in so many different ways. Might just have to try some more. And the binding is the border I was originally going to put on my MIL's quilt, but decided it looked better without it. Waste not, want not.
This is the back, I'm attempting to show the quilting, can you see it? I'm still trying to decide whether this fabric is cute, or a little sinister....?
And then, because I was showing off big brother's drawings the other day, I just have to show this. The first discernible 'thing' my three-year-old has drawn. And she named it, not me!
Aren't scanners fantastic machines?!