Last week I was busy sewing together my vintage sheet quilt for Ruby. When Ruby was a baby, this was a project I knew I wanted to do when she was old enough to go into a big bed. I have been collecting the sheets for a while now. The best thing about sheets is they don't cost much, and a using a sheet as the backing is easy as they are the right size and only cot about $4.
After cutting out about 210 squares, I finally began to arranged the colour's and sewed it all together.
Now I am torn on what to do, I am considering paying to get it quilted properly. I always do basic ditch stitching, but I thought it might be nice to have it looking pretty. My machine is VERY basic so I am getting some prices, I would love Ruby to have it forever so it could be an investment maybe.
I will show you what I end up doing. We don't have a big bed yet for her so I am in no rush.
Food for a fussy eater, I have been craving sushi so I made some the other night. Ruby was showing a big interest in it and she also helped me make hers. I got creative with some heart cutters, as she is slowly eating a few more veggies she had cucumber, avocado and tuna. She even tried ours with the nori sheets, I was very happy.
Em xx ♥