It was fun and turned out cute, I think. Before I finished this one I finally decided on what I deemed to be seafoam green! I used fabric from Kate Spain's Fandango for Moda .
Here it is, not a great photo, but it did turn out nice!
I work with an extremely talented bunch of gals who knit and sew and do all kinds of fun crafty things. It's hard to give a gift to these girls, because I think whatever they do is just so perfect. Then whatever I make for them is so NOT perfect. But I have guts, so here's what Heather is getting for Christmas. I made it out of the same pattern as the oh-so-famous seafoam green, but I went with a fabric line I found when searching for something else. I absolutely had to have it and I knew eventually it would come in handy. This is Michele D'Amore's Porcelina for Marcus Brothers . Anyway, I hope Heather loves it. She is my favorite fan. I also made a litle rope bowl out of the fabric but I forgot to take a picture of it!
I recently got an order for a Black, white and red quilt. Those were their only requirements. Oh and it's for a male. Here's what I came up with. I'm not sure I love it, but I hope they do.
Here's a close up of the red I used. It's got string instruments and the other red is musical notes.