Monday 18 May 2015

Monday Makers!#39

Hi all,
How was your week?
The official flu season opened here in the Rennert residence last week with my son. Because he loves his mummy so much and is a very generous boy, mummy has been down with a nasty cold for almost ten days now. Last weekend and today were probably the worst days of this flu. I basically haven't done anything today; probably spent just an hour up on my feet and now sat down to write this blog post. Anyway, enough drama.

Now to Monday Makers!
I have made some progress with my placemats; the binding is attached and needs to be sewn on the back- no photo tho.
Today when I was up during that one hour, I managed to get some fabric photos for a possible future project.
Originally, these fabrics are from two different fat quarter bundles which I bought over a year ago. I have used some of them and these have been sitting on the shelf. I fell in love with them when I first bought them but now, even though I still think they are pretty I don't have the same passion towards them. I have been thinking about making a very simple coin quilt with these; pretty much like this quilt here
What do you think? I want to make this quilt for my son. Do you think the colours and the patterns are suitable for a boy or are they too girly?
And soon after I took these photos, this little man came looking for his mummy and off we went to have some cuddles.
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1.Your project can be anything you start on that Monday as long as it makes you move and be active and creative: a new quilt, a knitting project, scrap booking, cross-stitching, baking-we don't mind yummy recipes!, a gardening project, painting your house!, tidying up the pantry!...This is your Monday and you are the maker of the day!
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  1. Cute fabrics and little one, I don't think he'll mind the fabric selection. Ask him, kids are so honest when little. I bet he would be just tickled!

  2. I second Podunk Pretties advice: ask your son! He'll let you know if he likes the fabric grouping or not!


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