Friday, 30 December 2011


No, not that kind of twins! Twin quilts, silly.

Now that I have your attention though, perhaps you'd like to see the the twin-sized quilts I made for my niece and nephew for Christmas.

The fabrics were picked out with my mom during her visit in late October and both were completed by early December - just in time to ship them back to B.C. before Christmas. I opted for my usual hand-stitched circles to quilt the layers, and because I know someone is going to ask, there are nearly 200 circles between the two quilts. In case you're wondering, I can stitch 4 per hour while watching TV - 5 if I turn it off. It's fortunate that I enjoy hand stitching so much!

These were both a breeze to assemble and a pleasure to quilt. I'm looking forward to working on many more quilts like these in the new year! If you'd like to order your own custom quilt, don't hesitate to contact me at heymilkybeer [at] gmail [dot] com.


  1. Wow! What amazing quilts! The hand stitching is beautiful, I especially love it on the back of your nephew's quilt. I'm also impressed that you got them finished in time to send them off to BC for Christmas!


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