Thursday, September 4, 2014

Sunshine Yellow Baby Girl Quilt


I finished this lovely little baby girl quilt up earlier in the week but didn't get a chance to take pictures until yesterday.


The fabric is Sandy Gervais' Chance of Flowers collection.  I used this to make a custom order earlier this year and had a tiny bit leftover - not enough to scrap but not enough for anything significant.  And you know I can't stand having random pieces of miscellaneous fabric collections around so I cut it into 3.5 inch squares and did a little checkerboard patchwork.  


It turned out very cute.  Not really gender neutral because of the florals but not super frilly girly either.  I quilted just the white squares and I love how it makes it feel super soft and cuddly.


I still had a few squares left so I whipped out a doll set too.  The doll quilt was quilted crisscrossing all the patchwork squares and I gave it a scrappy binding.


I even quilted the pillow front on this one.


Both are available in my etsy shop if you're interested.  

~ Gold Shoe Girl ~

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3 comments:

  1. Wow, I really like the colors in this quilt! Simple pattern, but so striking. What did you use for the back? It's a perfect little girl quilt!

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  2. Thanks, Beth. I can't believe I forgot to show the back! It's probably because it's just a nice simple white. I love white backs so that when you fold the quilt over the back doesn't compete with the front.

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  3. Wow, those colors and the simplicity of the quilt are just perfect for a sweet little girl! I love it!!

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