When I get in quilt magazines, after I’ve read through them cover to cover several times, I tear out the patterns I might want to make some day, stick them in page protector pockets and put them into a three ring binder. Humpty Dumpty appeared in the February, 1998 issue of McCalls Quilting and I loved it and knew I’d have to make it some day.
The ultrasound suggests that I’m having a granddaughter but I’m not going to go on a pink craze just yet. Humpty Dumpty will be just fine for Adelina or whatever boy name they may have chosen.
I made this pattern once for one of Chad’s teachers . . a 7th grade math teacher who was having a baby. Now I get to make it for my own grandbaby!
Next weekend is the quilt show in Abilene so I’ll check my black and white inventory and see if I need to do a little shopping.