This week is Thanksgiving and we will get to see Baby Nate. He is into all things Elmo right now. So I thought it would be great to make him an Elmo quilt. Of course, there is no Elmo fabric to be found, even after scouring the Internet except for a lonely panel, which I bought because it was better than no Elmo at all.
|A close-up of the fabrics in Baby Nate's quilt. They're all flannel.|
|Here is the top assembled on Nancy D's design wall.|
|Here is the finished quilt, sans pugs.|
I quilted it myself by simply crossing each square in an "X" and finished it with a wide satin binding because all babies love satin binding the best! There is solid red flannel on the back. It is fairly large, about 60 inches square. I started this quilt on a Friday and finished it the following Sunday. After the pug boys did their photo shoot, I threw the quilt in the wash and it is all soft and crinkly.
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Pugs and kisses,
|Here is LarryPug to say, Have a great day!|