I can safely say that this is a one-of-a-kind memory quilt, and I LOVE it! When Sage's mom went back to work, each Monday she dressed Sage in a "funny onesie." She and her coworkers would "ooh" and "ahh" over the photos of Sage wearing her onesie of the day. Clever mom to come up with a plan for getting others to ask after her baby instead of being the one to bring it up!
This cool collection of clothes included a cow print onesie which appears on the front and inspired the fabric choice for the back. This quilt is full of memories and is now a fun, bright keepsake that Sage can cherish forever. Can't you just see this in a college dorm???
In the last blog post I wrote about making quilts for an organization called Project Night Night. Since then my son, Eli, helped me put together our first night night package. We used his old Ikea sheets and pillowcases and turned them into a cheerful quilt. Best Ikea hack ever, right??? Then, he picked a book from his room and we bought a stuffed animal at Target. Both went along with the animal theme of our package This was such a nice project to do together, and an easy way to introduce my little guy to the idea of helping others.
You don't need sewing skills to contribute to Project Night Night. Get more information on their website.
I'm Jenna; the owner of Memory Threads. I'll turn your meaningful clothing collection into a quilt full of sentiment and style.