chezerbey quilt

My mom is a pretty crafty lady. In fact, I like to think that my early design skills were influenced by her – honed at a young age on handmade hairbows, puff-painted Keds, and trips to Hobby Lobby.

Although she has been sewing forever, my mom just recently started quilting and her first project from design to finishing details was a quilt for chezerbey. Yay! (She even made a small pillow out of the scraps!) We love the colors and pattern and for as many times as we’ve been to IKEA in the last year, we’re thrilled to start a collection of things that are hand-crafted and have sentimental value. I love to think that we’ll have this quilt for years and years and that one day it will be like the favorite blankets of my childhood – the ones that were super soft after hundreds of washes and had that comforting and familiar smell of home.

Thanks Mom!!

(The pictures aren’t great and don’t really do the quilt justice, but the sun (or lack thereof) has not wanted to cooperate with me this week.)


6 Responses to “chezerbey quilt”

  1. Heather says:

    Beautiful! I envy people who can sew well.

  2. Heidi says:

    Like. When I glanced at your post title I thought it said “chezerbey guilt” and I was imagining what you felt guilty about. I like chezerbey quilt better!

  3. Robyn says:

    I want one! : ) I love it! Also, side note, I have a quilt that mom made for Grandmother that is just like the blue and red one we use to fight over as kids. I love it.

  4. Robyn says:

    Also, I’d like to see more of your puff paint skills displayed in chezerbey. : )


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