I have finished the quilted letter. I was put a piece of plywood in to stiffen it which my husband cut to size as it was what he had lying around. I suggested he use hardboard but we didn't have any. It is only 3ply so very thin. It did splinter a lot so I put a thick PVC tape around the edges and it slid in easily. I was thinking that I can't do a tutorial for this because I don't know how I would do more difficult letters! I will have to work that out.
This is my little girls bedroom. I made the cot bumper and sheet using ikea fabrics. I made that sheet and bumper at least 4 years ago and they have lasted really well but I decided it wasn't worth doing things like sheets, so I only ever did one.
The hardest thing about making the quilted letter was definitely the binding. That was really tricky and I did have to unpick sections of it to get it right.
Overall I am really pleased with the result but it took a long time and was complicated to put together at the end. With hexagons you have to enjoy the process of making them as they do take ages. It is not all about the finished product with them.
Oh look, the bunting has crept in there. You must think I have it in every room in the house!
I like her room. I think we all do our kids rooms a bit for ourselves, don't you? We make them how we wish ours had been.