I had so (that's so, not sew) many ideas for what I wanted to post about today.
First off, I added some new items and re-stocked a few in my store and thought to blog about that. Then I installed my famous hanging line seen here and here and here and in practically every quilt image I've taken over the past few years.
And finally, I helped my youngest hang the quilt that used to be her crib quilt in her new room, in our new house.
So (or is it sew?) many options.
Well, I decided that because I'm deeply sentimental at heart, I would talk about Abi's quilt.
Yet, I think, it's still quite beautiful.
The pattern, I use that term very roughly, is an improvised Jacob's Ladder. And, for those of you who wonder about the wash fastness of hand dyed fabric, all the cottons in this quilt are my own hand dyes.
I've always had a special place in my heart for this quilt, understandably so. I'm so(sew) happy my girl wants to have it up where she can see it, enjoy it, and maybe even tell her friends about it, though I suspect she might leave out the part about the cloth diapers necessitating multiple washings.