Last December we learned that Mum's best friend's first great-grandchild had been born and Mum decided she'd like a quilt for Baby Maggie.
I've been saving Bonnie and Camille mini charm squares to make a full-size Scrappy Crossroads quilt (designed by Lori Holt) and thought Maggie's quilt would be a great opportunity to make the block and see how I liked it in a quilt. I love it and this pink Kona Solid "Peony" is such a beautiful colour. I used it in two cot quilts late last year as well and have now only scraps left.
This was quilted by Jenny at AngelCake Quilting and I used a cute strawberry fabric for the backing - bought the strawberry fabric when on a little holiday with Diann last year.
I had just enough of the "Old and New 30's" fabric left for a border.
We went to see "I, Tonya" last night - another in-your-face style of movie with even more bad language than "Three Billboards ...". Very well cast and acted. If this version of Tonya's life in any way reflects the truth, I can't help but feel a lot of sympathy for her and hope that she's happier now.