Several months ago I made quilts for my niece’s children. The youngest, 19 months, got a panel.
I always want the quilts I make for anyone to get used. I guess I forgot how rough a 19 month old boy can be, especially with three older sisters. I wonder how long before this quilt will need to be replaced . . not long is my guess.
This is one tough little boy. Whew . . am I glad I don’t have one this age!
The quilts for the two younger girls were larger squares for the girls’ quilts, smaller squares for doll quilts, pillowcases for the girls and little pillows and pillowcases for the doll pillows.
These were a big hit too. They were so thrilled with the doll quilt and doll pillows.
The older girl, age 11 going on 17 . . well, her social calendar seems to be full and I haven’t seen her yet. She’ll get her quilt and I’ll post pictures when (if) she has a moment and can fit a visit with me into her schedule! 🙂
This one . . if I spend too much time around her, I may never leave! All four kids are wonderful but this one .. she has such a funny personality, such funny facial expressions . . so cute!
Perfectly adorable children! Love the quilts for them! You’re such a good aunt!!!!!
Mrs. Goodneedle says
Well done! They will love these for a long, long time!
Nice quilts and I can understand that a quilt with a panel to ride little trucks and cars across it WILL get a lot of use!!! Good job, Judy!
Vicki W says
You were certainly the hero of that day!
Ooooh, Auntie came bearing gifts and it isn’t even Christmas! Wonderful gifts – absolutely perfect for kids – I am sure they will get lots of loving!
Linda Steller says
What wonderful children Judy! That little boy looks to be full of pi$$ and vinegar! ;^P I’ll bet he is a handful to his mom. How thoughtful of you to make doll quilts and pillowcases. Just what every little girl needs. I remember trying to dress my dolls when I was little. I made a lot of things for them.