Thursday, February 9, 2012



I finished these two quilts for the Birthday list for Margaret's Hope Chest.
They are for twins. I had fun making them, especially the Paris quilt. I found several Paris themed fabrics and combined them.






My helper, Molly needs to stay on a leash outside, until we have our new fence put up in the next few weeks. She is afraid of her own shadow (literally) and bolts and the smallest noise.

8 comments:

Katie said...

Nice quilts! You must let me know who does your fence. We need one desperately! :-)

Stephanie said...

Very sweet quilts. Perhaps Molly will come out of her shell when she discovers she's a great model!

Carrie P. said...

Very nice quilts. The twins will really enjoy those.

Nicole said...

Those are perfect quilts for twins!

Lynn, it looks like we're neighbors! It's nice to "meet" a fellow quilter who's in my neck of the woods!

Jennie said...

Really love the Paris prints - my oldest daughter went through a Paris phase (I'm still not over mine!).
Well done - I need to send some quilts to Margaret's Hope Chest. What a wonderful organization that is.

Simone de Klerk said...

Both quilts are very pretty! Lucky twins (o:

Kris Meares - Tag Along Teddies said...

Hey Lyn! Your quilts look great! I'm on a bit of a French kick at the moment, too, so love your Paris fabrics ... I have the pink Eiffel tower fabric in the pink, red and black, but love the Arc de Triumphe black fabric you've incorporated. I'm sure the lucky recipients will love them both to bits! :0) Happy Stitching! Bear Hugs! KRIS

Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

A lovely Paris quilt...I have some Paris themes fabrics as well..What a good idea to combine them...Can I ask how big your squares are? Mmmmmm you've got me thinking now...