This quilt is hand-quilted and lined with a vintage sheet. It’s the ultimate in softness and sweetness for a little girls first blanket or her first “big girl” room draped across the edge of her bed. Playful placement of the colorful patterns and large hexagon shapes take this vintage garden into a modern space that’s perfect for your little one!
This chevron quilt features alternating green and gray stripes with bookends of white and gray patterns to finish off the top and the bottom. It’s styling isn’t “girly girl” at all and is perfect for the girl who loves a soft blanket, but not pinks and purples. Looks darling styled over a chair or at the end of a bed. This is a large lap size quilt and is not large enough to fit on any bed, but it is large enough to drape across the end of a bed. It would be cute styled with a solid white comforter or a bright floral comforter for contrasting patterns. This quilt also features some hand embroidery work that highlights the year that emerald green was the “Pantone Color of the Year”.
This baby quilt would be perfect for any boy or girl who is coming into this world with a John Deere spoon in his or her hand. It features a very traditional quilt block and I’ve used it as wall decor, across the back of a chair, and in a display cabinet. None of these places suit it’s best use, a baby quilt or play matt — so I hope some sweet child can enjoy this baby quilt! It’s about five more washes away from being really soft and wonderfully broken in overtime.
Spring’s First Rainbow Quilt: This quilt is brightly colored and I often think of it as the perfect quilt to drape across a chair in the spring or summer months. It’s made with a special type of fabric called batiques, which have a lovely watercolor effect. Paired with the unique rolling squares of the quilt’s design this quilt has a cheerful vibe and is full of movement. This is a large lap quilt and wouldn’t fit on any size of bed, except a small toddler bed.
This quilt is full-sized and does fit nicely on a bed. It features beautiful warm reds and energizing greens. The giant sunflower pattern stands out among all the other smaller floral prints throughout the quilt. This quilt looks lovely on a guest bed and we have enjoyed using it. It was the first quilt I ever made, and it’s a little bit hard to part with! It has been well-loved and it is the softest of all the quilts and has just finally reached that “soft” state you expect when reaching for a quilt on the bed or couch. We also loved to use this quilt on our couch in the summer since it’s nice and lightweight. Two or three people can comfortably share and cuddle with this quilt! Great for forts, too!
I believe everyone deserves a little bit of routine & order to their life. During the pandemic, we faced some major life adjustments. As a result, I decided to create my own weekly cleaning schedule. I also added the daily routines I’ve been completing for years. In the past, I cleaned all in one shot. However, I found that while working from home with kids or working from home without kids that didn’t seem necessary anymore. Cleaning for a short break in my regular work day (on the computer) was a great physical and mental break. If I’m home with the kids, I never have a long enough chunk of time to do it all at once! So, a 6-days-a-week routine was born!
There are four versions of this PDF. To keep it super simple, they all come with the one download.
- Kids + Pets
- Daily Only
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If you are young parents with kids under 18 months, I don’t feel comfortable recommending this routine. It’s just too chaotic of a season of life to pull off so much structure. Instead, I recommend this type of daily routine: take your vitamins, take a shower, take a break. Clean out the sinks & pick up the toys every day. Try to ask a nanny or grandparent for help occasionally and clean everything then!