Friends of ours had a sweet baby girl right beforeChristmas. I knew I needed to make aquilt for her, but with the Holidays and work, I wasn’t able to get started onit until late in January. By then, Iwanted to make something quick and easy, but wasn’t sure what pattern or fabricto use.
That’s when I noticed a Marmalade (by Bonnie & Camille)layer cake sitting on my cutting table. I had taken the stack of fabric out of my stash because I was planningto make the Scrappy Tiles pattern by Cheryl Brickey of Meadow Mist Designs wayback in the Fall.
I started cutting the fabric almost immediately and before Iknew it, I had a baby quilt top all pieced and ready for quilting. If you're looking for a fun, fast and easy pattern that would look good with any fabric, I highly recommend Cheryl's pattern. To purchase your copy, just click on the link above.
The quilting was quick and easy – a big meandering stitchwhich kept the quilt nice and soft. For the binding, I chose a beautiful aqua dots fabric from the Vintage Modern collection which goes reallywell with the colours in the Marmalade fabric.
Now I just need to wash and dry it and deliver it to the newparents!
Linking up at Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish It Up Friday andat The Carpenter's Daughter Who Quilts for TGIFF.
it is such a pretty, girly quilt - beautiful :-)ReplyDelete
Your quilt turned out so pretty, Izzy. I love Cheryl's patterns and this turned out really nice with your choice of fabrics. Thanks for linking up to this week's TGIFF.ReplyDelete
These are such beautiful fabrics; you've made a beautiful quilt for the baby.ReplyDelete
Very pretty quilt, perfect for a baby girl and will still be great through her childhood years. I bet it becomes a favourite!ReplyDelete
Wow! You are on a roll! Love this!ReplyDelete
Very pretty quilt, perfect for a baby girl!ReplyDelete
That did turn out really pretty! I have a baby quilt to do too but not sure what the mom wants yet so doing a bunch of other things while I stew on it.ReplyDelete
Very Very Nice.ReplyDelete
That is an adorable quilt! I'm definitely going to have to take a look at the pattern. Congratulations on a lovely finish.ReplyDelete
Absolutely beautiful! I love your version!!ReplyDelete
What a pretty quilt, Izzy! I was never a huge fan of this line of fabric but seeing it in your quilt had totally changed my mind! I love the pops of orange in the quilt. It will be much loved I'm sure!!!! Great finish!ReplyDelete