This baby quilt is made from leftovers from 3 other quilts. Later Alligator, by Sandy Gervais, Windham Basic Brights, and Hooray by Patrick Lose. I made one that was all Later Alligator, and just finished the second one that still needs quilting. This turned out well and is bright to intrigue an infant or toddler. I backed it with a blue minky and used a blue thread in case some minky might pull through. I'm making two burp cloths with some left over flannel and matching fabric. The pattern is by Amy Smart, one of her 3 free star pattern off her blog.
This very sweet Mom has five boys...and Jackpot..a Baby Girl. I made this very pink quilt for her. I used cuddle Lux for the backing. The fabric is A Vintage Adventure by Riley Blake. This was a fun pattern to make from Amy Smart. Love making flying geese 4 at a time. So quick. I really had to put on my thinking cap for the stripe geese legs.
Oh the joys of getting a cute fat quarter bundle, only to realize you can't do what you wanted to do with it. The majority of prints were one directional, or so big that cutting them wouldn't do the fabric or quilt justice. While we waited on Hurricane Dorian to leave the Bahamas, I worked on quilt tops. This baby quilt, is for the next baby shower. It wasn't what I had planned at all, but I love it all the same.
Needed a baby boy quilt for sports enthusiastic parents. Riley Blake's "Play Ball" fabric line was perfect. I used my quick Mode Love Star Free Pattern and backed it with a blue pre-washed flannel with light blue thread for the quilting in stars & swirls. I used the stripe fabric for the star's center legs. I'm making two burp cloths with the left overs.
I am trying to clean out some drawers and closets as down sizing soon we hope to a smaller place. I had a large supply of hoops from when I cross stitched. So I will be posting many of them here in the next few days. This first one is not much embroidery work at all just added words to a nice print I had from a left over baby quilt I made some time back.