I pinned all the squares up on the wall to keep them organized. That was a good idea!
For a moment I naively thought that finding the right fabrics and colors must be the hardest thing with making a quilt... (I now silently laugh at my own foolish late night thoughts.) When I put the strips of squares together I realized that so is definately not the case! Oh my, next time I will NOT cut the squares by hand using a paper ruler, if I want to continue making quilts I need a ROLLER CUTTER and a BIG fabric ruler!!!!!
I really admire all you quilt makers!
I am still quite happy with my quilt, because I am very pleased with the fabrics and the way the colors are organized (once again I need to give credit to my husband:). And it is my first quilt with more than 5 pieces of fabric so it may look the way it does! Trial and error...
It will become a quilt for the baby. E got a quilt from his aunt C and has used it a lot! Now he found it again and is walking around with it in the house, taking moments to sleep on it and playing peekaboo.
Today some shopping with friend J!