Little Teemu got another sleep sack.
It has two different flannel linings. I was not paying attention and cut the first piece the wrong way. I did have enough of the little sheep flannel for both the front and the back but I just wasn't thinking when I pinned and cut the pattern.
Luckily I had enough thin quilt batting for the front and the back. I really didn't want to have to buy anything if I didn't have to.
The batting just gives it a bit more stability and warmth.
Here he is with his daddy, Casey, who just became a full fledged Canadian resident.
This photo is purposely upside down to show that I also made the front of this sleep sack upside down. It's the only way that the pattern fit the fabric. This way the animals on the fabric are the right way when Teemu looks at them.
This quilt may look a little familiar.
We finished putting it together and last week Marg found time to put it and the blue one on the frames.
Marg's daughter has MS and is wheelchair bound. This one is for her.
Initially, both quilts were bigger. Marg found out that her daughter was using a large bath towel on her lap to keep her warm. The lap quilt she had was just too big and so we revised our wheelchair lap quilt sizes to make them the same size as a large bath sheet. This way, nothing gets caught in the wheels.
On a sad note, our little Pixel left us. She was 19.5 which turned out to be about 94 in human years.
I made these today along with two loaves of multigrain bread. These are Zucchini Tater Tots and you can find the recipe here. They are gluten free. Yesterday I made vegetarian chili to go along with the multigrain bread. We brought it all over to my son's place. With all the snow we got, his vehicle was snowed in and so he invited us over. It's all gone now.