In My Creative Space this week, I have been finishing Abbey's kinder blanket.
She needed a little pillow too, so I made one out of the left over backing fabric (Abbey chose this fabric herself, I wish I bought more of it now, I have grow to really love it)
Her name is a little wonky, the "A" especially. Why do I feel that the letters in her name have to be perfectly formed? It is all about embracing the wonk, isn't it? It is home made after all, I have to keep reminding myself.
The proof is in pudding, she loves it.
I was inspired to make one of these blankets after seeing this gorgeous version. Fabulous idea from this lovely book.
Have a lovely Thursday checking out all the Creative Spaces.
I looooove that fabric - where did you find it?ReplyDelete
it looks loved already!! :)ReplyDelete
perfect backing fabric for that project. love itReplyDelete
I think it turned out beautifully. Her name looks great!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love that you have stitched her name on it!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful blanket - your stitching is fantastic!ReplyDelete
I love it! That fabric is gorgeous! Your embroidery is very nice too - mine would be more wonky than that for sure!! You can see the whole set is made with love :-)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous blanket. I can see she already loves it, and doesn't care that you think the stitching is wonky!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Such sweet photos too : ) Lettering doesn't look wonky to me!ReplyDelete
Lucky girl. It's gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Oh that is so nice - so loving :-)ReplyDelete
You are right the proof is in the pudding. To judge by the smile of your cute little daughter you did the best job ever!ReplyDelete
Lovely, that's one of my favorites from pips book,ReplyDelete
She's gonna be the coolest kid in pre-school, Cat! xReplyDelete
It is gorgeous. Is it as comfy as it is pretty? My 3yo needs a nice blanketReplyDelete