I got the idea from Purl Soho and fell in love with the pattern. I didn't buy it from them but hand drew the veggies myself and then used this lovely graded Merimekko fabric that I found from the Crate and Barrel outlet shop in Chicago. I also changed the lines of the quilt doing a free motion for the top part- I'm impatient with somethings, what can I say. After weeks of sitting on this almost completed quilt I found a You Tube tutorial on binding. Wow, this was so easy- I COULD DO IT. I did, and I have to say, it was easy. I can't wait to get started, and finished on my other ones now.
I also copied my sister-in-law's apron she made for my kids, but used twill tape for ties and neck.
Both these will be going to my daughter's school today as gifts for the school.
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