Monday, March 17, 2014

Sweetie Baby Quilt

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I have had some finishes lately!!! I can hear the applause around the world, so thank you, thank you :)  It feels so good to FINISH some things and not just START!!  I'm really really good at starting! :)

I have finished 4 baby quilts that were all started at different times and a few weeks ago were baby quilt tops in my cupboard.  I basted 5 quilts in 1 1/2 days, that's a miracle for me as I hate hate basting.  Quilted them all that week and binding the next.  I feel quite accomplished if you can't tell :)

I'll share one quilt everyday this week!  Hope you'll join me!  First up;

36" x 45"
Hello Luscious

I made this sweet little quilt with a vintage look from a Hello Luscious charm pack (5" squares).  I love love the palette of this collection, I think it is so pretty and sweet.

I decided to make some traditional quilt blocks to throw in with the squares.  I wanted to give it a little more personality.

I stitched-in-the-ditch for quilting, meaning in the seams of the quilt.  I always use a thin cotton batting, this quilt will be so sweet and crinkly when it gets washed up!  I used a soft pink print for the backing.  And raspberry herringbone for binding.  I'm adding this to my mental list of prints I like on bindings!

I love this sweet little quilt!! It is very much "me" from the prints to colors.  When it comes to babies I'm traditional in wanting super sweet and simple things.

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Thanks for stopping by!! Come tomorrow, Wed and Thurs to see the rest!!!


Aimee said...

The traditional blocks in the patchwork are so cute. Lovely quilt

Daytona Damsel said...

I noticed the traditional blocks right away and thought, "What a great idea." Love the colors in the fabric too.
Looking forward to seeing the next one.

RobotMomSews said...

Soooo soooo cute!! I love everything about it!

Janine said...

This is beautiful! I love the prints and the blocks make it extra special :)

France Nadeau ❅ inspiration imagination creation said...

Congratulations for the hard work! I'm also good at starting projects... But it's nice to finish them too! I like this one. I agree, the colors are sweet and pretty. I would add warm too. I'll come back tomorrow to see the second one.

Barb said...

You've definitely been on a roll - congrats! I like the traditional blocks amongst the squares. Looking forward to seeing the rest!

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