A toddler’s guide to enjoyment of quilts!

So I dug out my Roslynn quilt from storage to hang over the banister to get the quilt relaxed and ready for a photo shoot.


Miss Baby got a kick out of playing hide and seek with the quilt. I smile whenever I see Miss Baby giggling as she worms her way in and out of the quilt.


So often, we adults stress over the perfect stitch, perfect color scheme, matching points etc when we quilt. And when someone looks at our quilts, we are quick to point out where we mess up. Miss Baby offers her sage advice when it comes to enjoying the quilts we make, “Who cares? As long as you have fun!” While it is definitely necessary to strive for the best we can offer in all our endeavors, it is always good to stop and just enjoy what we do. Things I learn from my little Miss Baby…

Thanks for stopping by. I do hope you have a fun-filled day!

p.s. In case you are wondering, that outfit Baby is wearing was made as a summer play dress from 2010. I was trying to get more mileage out of it, and added a long-sleeve blouse underneath for the winter. The ensemble doesn’t look too bad, if I say so myself. :)

11 thoughts on “A toddler’s guide to enjoyment of quilts!

  1. So adorable. Love that photo, it is a hugable one. Now if I worried about seams matching all the time I for sure would never complete any quilts. LOL. I try but there are times that it does not work out, and I don’t worry about the quilt Police. ;)

  2. There’s always at least one mistake on all my quilts; so far, nobody has noticed. Besides, all quilts are perfect when viewed from afar. Miss Baby is a sweetheart!

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