We had a great time together. He chose the pattern from my birthday gift from Oma, the fabrics from my stash and did all of the piecing himself. I think he fell in love with my 1/4" foot. It made both our lives so much easier. We only had to rip out one seam!
It was a quilt little quilt that only two afternoons of piecing and quilting and 4 rosaries worth of binding. I love praying my rosary while sewing, knitting or crocheting. It is as if I am praying my love right into the quilt. We are so happy with how it turned out. We refer to it as the baby's kitty quilt. Our kitty begs to differ. I think he thinks that it is his.
I just love his smile! This proud mama is working really hard at teaching all of the kids how to quilt or at the very minimum, how to sew a straight line. There are more and more men who quilt. You just need to look around on the web. I am sure that we will look back on 2014's National Quilt Day with fondness.
Thanks for stopping by friends.