This is the making of Frog Frenzy.
A friend asked me to make this for her and bought me all the fabric.
I wont do a tutorial for this as I dont remember what sizes I cut things.
Previous post about Frog Frenzy here
First: Cut your pieces
Next- do some sewing
then pressing... lots of pressing
and more sewing
put your blocks together
trim them to all the same size
then try to decide on a layout. This one is a bit boring.
a bit better....
that looks good
sew the blocks in rows and then the rows together.
Get a baby to
model play on it.
have a little fun with the pictures
quilt it 1/4 inch from the outside of the black sashing.
sign it and wash it.
take a few pictures and hand it to your friend.
Now I have a question for you all.
I am not allowed to make money here (due to being a dependent on a VISA) but I am just curious.
How much would your time be worth??
if someone gave you fabric so it was only your time that was being paid for?
I know that crafters never make enough to cover their time.
But its a question I was wondering about.
For example in this quilt I kept track of the time I spend for fun and it was about 17 hours start to finish (minus time for planning)
I loved doing it just as another project (that I dont have room for to keep in my house).
Let me know:
How much is your time worth?