I exchange fabric gifts with a friend whose husband makes regular trips to Toronto on business. This time when we went to his hotel to drop off the bag to be taken back home to my friend, this is the bag the concierge gave me. With the pink bow, we had to take the picture of the bag with the tiny white bear who also has a pink/red bow!
Look at these gorgeous blue fabrics that were in that bag!! Something tells me there’s another blue and white or blue and cream quilt in my future — and not too far off! I have a lot of ideas that are swirling around in my mind already!
The red and white, blue and white, green and white, pink and white, yellow and white, purple and white blocks for the baby quilt are done and there are only a few of the peach and white blocks left. I didn’t get as much stitching done Monday night as I had anticipated, but will definitely finish them off tonight. Then the fun will begin — laying them out and figuring out which colours/fabrics of the other element surrounds each block. That’s the part of making this baby quilt that I’m most looking forward to. Once I get the placement all figured out, then it will be lots and lots of lovely continuous stitching that should go quite quickly.
On the way to the hotel Monday afternoon, more photos were taken. We travelled down University Avenue, a wide street in the downtown core that has beautiful tress and flowers in the boulevard separating the northbound and southbound lanes.
Back at home later Monday, Smudge was busy with the Cappy toy again.
While Lester was on the windowsill.