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A Baby Quilt.

Posted on | May 15, 2015 | 14 Comments

This little quilt was completed a couple of months ago, but I had to wait for our gorgeous little grand daughter to arrive before I could show it here.

I was then delayed another two weeks because I became ill and wasn’t going to visit while I still had a chance of passing on my virus. It has been a long wait!!

We finally were able to spend time with them again yesterday.

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Unfortunately I did not have good lighting for the photo, but you get the idea.

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I set the blocks out so that they created a diamond shape in the centre of the quilt.

The blocks were simple. I used a 5 inch charm square in white then added triangles using the flip method – like flying geese.

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I used a Nancy Halverston fabric range for the colours.

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I did echo quilting around some of the stars and added some pebbles as well.

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Lots of straight lines to echo the shapes.

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I have used this backing before on a quilt. I think it works well with this one, too.

The binding is also from the same range.

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More quilting.

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So pleased to finally be able to pass the quilt on.

It has become bitterly cold here very quickly. Lots of rugging up in coats and hats. The gloves have even come out.

I have a weekend of sewing planned. I do hope you have a lovely weekend coming up, too.

Cheers, Karen

 

 

 

14 Responses to A Baby Quilt.

  • Mary says: Darling little quilt! I love the colors and you were very smart to make a diamond inside of the square. So bright and pretty! Now for pics of that pretty little one enjoying the quilt!
  • Christine M says: Your grand daughter's new quilt is gorgeous, Karen.
  • Shez says: Hi Karen wow such a cute quilt for your granddaughter ,love the colours and I am so glad you are feeling heaps better my friend xx
  • marina says: gorgeous fresh quilt and the quilting looks fabulous. Love those little pebbles they highlight so well. glad you shook that bug so that you could see your new baby.
  • Rachaeldaisy says: What a lovely quilt for your grandaughter. It's such a fun design and your quilting adds wonderful texture. Stay rugged up and warm. It really has turned cold all of a sudden.
  • sunny says: Very cute quilt! I'm glad you're finally feeling better and are able to spend time with your darling little grandie.
  • Linda King says: What a beautiful quilt for you new granddaughter. I'm sure she will enjoy lots of snuggles in it!
  • Raewyn says: The quilt is gorgeous - lovely and fresh and I love how you have finished it with the quilting! I hope you had a lovely visit with the newborn - congratulations!
  • Joan says: This is "sew" sweet. You know that little one is going to adore it. Glad to hear your feeling better. Being sick and a new grand baby just don't mix. ;-) Too much lovin time to loose!
  • Anita says: Karen, that's such a gorgeous quilt, it will be much loved for sure. I love the fresh colours you've used. Our weather has turned cold too and I started the fire last night. Now it won't go out until....oh....September. lol. Hope you enjoyed your Me weekend. Cheers, Anita.
  • cheryll (gone stitchin) says: Your quilt for your new GD is GoRGeOus. Love the colours and wow the quilting is perfect! Great job Karen. xox
  • Fiona says: How gorgeous is the quilt for a new grandie... I love how you have quilted it.. really shows off the pretty fabrics... Hope you are well better now and congrats to all... Hugz
  • michelle from Rag-tag Stitchin' says: So bright and happy...just perfect! So sorry to hear you were unwell. I am very behind in my blog reading. Hope you feel a lot better now xx enjoy your Nana cuddles.
  • Elaine/MuddlingThrough says: Really pretty, Karen! You have outdone yourself. And I see the love stitched into every bit of this quilt.
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