A little more than a year after starting it, my Granny Square quilt is done.
It was started with all the scraps from a quilt I made for my older daughter. It's meant for my younger daughter showing off her belly up there. So they can have not-matching but still coordinating quilts for their shared room. She doesn't know that yet. I'm saving it for her birthday. My little blankie-loving girl is going to be so excited.
Blue Elephant Stitches' original granny square tutorial can be found here. I used Bee In My Bonnet's Great Granny Squared adaptation.
The hand quilting makes me so happy. I love it. I love it. I love it.
They seem pretty fond of it also.
And the iron vomit stain?
I am pleased to say that with pre-treating, OxyClean, and two wash cycles- it came out. Mostly. There's still the tiniest bit of discoloration that you really have to search for to see. Just enough to remind me face my problems immediately. But not enough that it's all I see when I look at the quilt. That's a win in my book.
And now as a little added bonus- even the outtakes from this photo shoot are freaking adorable.