Last week I shared a photo of the strips I had cut from my Charley Harper organic prints from Birch Fabrics. It is not easy to cut into those prints!
Since then, they have been pieced into rows and joined into a quilt top, basted and quilted.
Now let me tell you... It's even harder to cut into them once again!
But I promised my mom I would make her a quilted jacket like the one I made for myself back in March. You can see that jacket here. I hope to have my mom's jacket finished in time for her birthday on May 5th.
In other news.....
Announcing the winner from last weeks sponsored giveaway!
The winner of the Sew Sisters Quilt Shop spring bundle of 10 fat quarters is........
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Congratulations Missouri Mel!!!
NOW.... What's new with you?
I am sew looking forward to visiting with all my quilting friends!
Show me what you got!
And Let's Bee Social!
Keep On Quilting On!
That jacket is coming along great! You are really moving along quickly.
Hi Lorna! This jacket is going to be also fantastic! Great Fabrics and colours! x Teje
Wow! Mother and Daughter jackets: how sweet! You jacket looked great so your mother's is sure to, too.
Nice Lorna! Really Nice! Mine's next right??
Is your mom going to wear hers with her pink pants too? LOL!
This is an awesome jacket! Thanks for hosting me in your blog. Greetings from Greece. Christine
Those fabrics are stunning. I've never seen them anywhere. I loved your jacket and can't wait to see your Mom's.
Mom and daughter jackets...look at you!...thanks for the social time.
Holy moly, I love what you're doing there! The cardinals make me very happy. Fantastic work! :)
Thanks for the link up party!
well I finished one small table topper and it is now on the table and I continue on my large quilt on the frame - it is getting closer and closer to finish. Love the Charlie Harper fabric and all sewed in strips and ready to be cut again is interesting.
You will get it done! And your mom will love it too!
Very nice. I hadn't thought about the fact that you have to make a quilt to cut it up for these jackets. Yikes! I'm not sure I could do that. It's going to look so pretty though.
I adore this fabric I am looking for the best price and I am buying the entire line......... plus the AG solids to go with it. I see how hard it would be to cut, but it looks fabulous
I'm sure your mom will love the jacket. But I think it would kill me to cut up the fabric too.
a real snazzy waistcoat
So much work going into the jacket. I hope it'll all work out just at the first one you made. Fingers crossed.
You have a very lucky Mom.....Happy early Birthday to her.
Love this fabric - your Mum will be the best dressed birthday gal!
That Charley Harper is gorgeous fabric. I bet Mom will be thrilled with the jacket.
your mom is very lucky! I've never made quilted clothing... very cool!
Your lucky Mom! This one looks like it will be just as beautiful as the first one. Do you think she will model it in her birthday suit, or are you the only brave one in the family? Lol
The jacket is looking great! I am sure she will love it.
LOVE your Charlie Harper fabrics for your mother's coat. And it looks like you're making progress... Well done!
Wow I love this fabric. Can't wait to see the finish. Lucky mom.
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