Our first few days at our summer cabin on a small island in the Georgian Bay in 2011. It was 30 degrees (humid x 39) when we arrived on Tuesday evening, and 3 degrees at night on Thursday....what a climate!!
40s/50s whole cloth juvenile quilt...animal print with rather primitive machine quilting. The binding was very frayed, so I removed it and trimmed the bat and folded the blue border to the back to bind. Not perfect, but good enough.
Soaked in a bucket and hung out to dry in the Ontario sunshine.
Oliver, on his first trip up north...he finds another use for a Pendleton shirt from my collection.
So sweet. My sons name is Oliver too.ReplyDelete
He is adorable! Need to go look at a map because I have no idea where you are but it sounds incredible. Have a lovely time xReplyDelete
Oliver is soo cute! Tam xReplyDelete
Oliver's so cute! That's the same name we'll be using if we have a boy, a fantastic name! :) xReplyDelete
What a little cutie Oliver is!ReplyDelete
Hope you had a great time with your family at the cabin!
Quilt looks great!
Lovely photos! Oliver is sooo sweet!ReplyDelete
I spent many happy summers as a teenager on the family island near Point au Baril,Georgian Bay. Lovely area and I'm sure everyone will have a good time!ReplyDelete
What a cute little fellow! I just love the life jacket image. And, all of you on the couch looks like an image that could have been taken at our house. ;) Love it!ReplyDelete
Adore your stripe vintage blankets!!ReplyDelete
Your grandson is a doll!! So cute!
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Sounds an amazing place you have, and looks as if 'Nana' and Oliver are having a great time ;)ReplyDelete
I'll never forget the time I spent at the family islands in Georgian Bay, also near Point au Baril. A magical place!ReplyDelete