Thursday, June 2, 2011

Lime Sherbet Baby Quilt

Updated 9/6/11: photo of Braelynn on the quilt!

I made this little sherbet baby quilt to take to a shower for my friend Cari. She wanted pastel yellows and greens and also forest animals. Well there are lots of forest animals, plus some other fun stuff, like cupcakes! Yum. I used my favorite piecing method: fussy cut the inside square and then add enough fabric around to make the right size. Oh, all hand piecing and quilting as usual, of course.

I happened to have the perfect backing fabric in my stash, this chandelier print by Tina Givens. It is just the right color of yellow-green. I used yellow satin for the binding and it's perfect too.

Here's a boy for scale.

And a closeup of one of my favorite blocks, some dancing frogs by Heather Ross via Kokka Japan. That's Cari, Clay and the baby in the meadow. I previously used the rabbit family from the same fabric in this modern baby quilt for another friend, Sarah.

These colors don't really match each other but I wanted to put the owls in some trees :)

And of course some old Heather Ross prints on top, because I love them, and a cute big doggie.



Jessica said...

I love it so much! So simple yet so unique. I love the owls in the trees too :)

Sharon said...

The pastel green is SEW soft. Just perfect for the sashing around the blocks.

Excellent work!

The "Babyquiltlady"

Beth said...

Such a cute quilt. I love the colors and the little animals.

jess said...

I love this quilt! And I hope you're coming back at some point. ;)

Teena in Toronto said...

I love quilts!

Happy blogoversary :)