Another Covid project done from my stash. The pattern is Sophie Stroller Quilt from Moda. I have made this a few times before and it always comes out cute. It has strips on the sides for securing the quilt to the stroller if needed.
This was my 2020 Covid 19 Quilt. I designed the pattern and put it together during March/April isolation. With the stores closed I was at the mercy of what was in my fabric stash. I has a lot of fun with it, making adjustments on each block. No two are exactly the same.
I asked my niece what color quilt she wanted. I was surprised when she said black and white. I wasn’t excited about doing a black and white quilt, but finally decided on pattern and material and I LOVE how it turned out. I have made a quilt for all my nieces and this is the last one.
I saw this at my LQS and later discovered that Krista Moser was giving a class on this quilt. I have always been drawn to Krista's quilts and timing was perfect. I completed it in March and have enjoyed it on my quilt wall. I am in the process of finishing her Vintage Windmill quilt and have another Semaphore Stripes ready to begin.
When I first saw this quilt in MOD Block magazine I knew that it was on my bucket list of quilts. My LQS is having a contest using the 2020 Kona color of the year, Enchanted and I knew this was the quilt I was going to make. I paired it with black and did a simple diagonal quilt design to "amplify" the design.
My oldest grand daughter text me a picture of a quilt on Pinterest using this panel. I bought some yardage and tried to make this quilt similar to the photo. She was thrilled when I gave it to her, for her 20th birthday. This was my first time ruler quilting.Last photo shows the backing and her pillowcase I made to match.
This was our last club mystery quilt. I can't remember the name of it. But, my goal was to complete this quilt without buying anything! Okay, you know how that goes. I did end up having to purchase fabric for the backing and a bit more for the last floral border.