Last night Evelyn and I made part of a green caterpillar. It is for a science project so all the caterpillar parts have to be there. I’m learning that there are lots of parts to a caterpillar. Not sure what Evelyn is learning.
He looks better in real life:)
While Evelyn was working on the caterpillar, I took some time to make freebie gifts. Whenever someone buys a quilt or a blanket from Maryland Quilter, I wrap it in a ribbon, write a note and usually include a little handmade surprise. That’s part of the fun of life, right? Opening a box and finding an unexpected gift. So I share that fun with my customers, whom I love:)
Here’s some of the freebie gifts I made last night. These are coasters, randomly designed from fabric scraps. No two are alike and there is no pattern for these:
I also made some bookmarks.
If you want one, they are free but you have to order an item (not a digital pattern) from Maryland Quilter. I’ll send an extra one if you follow my blog and mention it in the comment form at checkout:)