Thursday, October 16, 2008

I'm getting to be a pro...

At least at making baby blankets. There are 5 pregnant people at church right now so I'll be getting a lot of practice in I guess. It really only takes probably 30 min to trace and cut, 30 min or less to sew (the ironing of seams is what takes a bit) and an hour to iron the batting in and put the back on and miter the corners and screw them up and have Shannon help you redo the corners so they look decent. So circa 2 hours total. Tada!

6 comments:

Miranda said...

Very nice!

Becky Welch said...

great job! I am very impressed!

Erin Cornell said...

Okay I need your help - I think I want to make blankets for my nephews for Christmas but don't know how...maybe I could enlist your help (at least for the first one!??)

Anonymous said...

I am going to be very intimadated when it comes time for me to make my Isenberg grandbabies their blankets as I did all their cousins. You are very talented. I'm impressed. I must admit, it takes me a lot longer than 30 minutes to make my baby blankets. But they are certainly made with love. Mom I

kmom said...

I am so very impressed! That is a great quilt to put on the floor for the baby to lie on, or use in the bed. Great gift.

lauren and brad said...

I am so mad at you right now. 2 hours REALLY??? Grrrrrrrrrrrr.

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