Tuesday, May 29, 2012

LUCY'S CRAB SHACK

I've been waiting patiently for this line to arrive at Katja's. It's finally here.  We got charm packs and some yardage.  Isn't it cute?





I'm thinking of a little quilt for the nursery. Something modern. Imagine me, MODERN : )
Love the bicycles .

These rolls came in. This reminds me of summer and ice cream.



I had some time to put together two more hexagons. Week 20


week 21


The weeks are flying by. My life seems to be passing by in the form of hexagons!

Little Jane's baby shower is tonight. Her quilt hasn't been quilted yet, so I made her this little blanket.
The owls are minkee, and the back is a Beatrix Potter flannel. Soooo soft.


Have a great week. Hope you get some stitching time too.


12 comments:

Deborah said...

We have another grandchild (#2) arriving in November. I love seeing baby things. I especially love that owl minkee having never seen it! Adorable!

Janine said...

Your hexies look great and that is a darling blanket!

Gramma Quilter said...

So fun to have new fabric coming in! Like Christmas.
Have fun at Sweet Baby Jane's shower. Can just picture her snuggled in that blanket.

Archie the wonder dog said...

I love your hexagons, particularly the fussy cut birds!

Fabraholic said...

That is one happy baby!

Kelly said...

Love the hexagons and the gorgeous fabrics!

quiltmania said...

Where do you find the time? lol. The blanket looks great, did you use the same pattern that Sharon had used?

Rosa said...

The crab fabric is really cute. And your hexagons are just great!

vintage grey said...

Love the laundry line fabric!! So cute!! Have a great time at Jane's baby shower!! xo Heather

Teje said...

Oh Carla, I love your new fabrics! And the hexagon with the star in it is really good! How simple and looks so special! That will go to my 'list'! x Teje

Debbie said...

such beautiful fabrics!

Richard Healey said...

I love the clothing on the line its been years since I have though or seen that done. Something is just wrong with modern conveniences.

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