baby plusses

This little baby quilt is made up out of fun prints from the most recent line from Monaluna, Taali. This is another color combo I might not have considered, but I love it! I think it’s bright and cheery, and wonderfully appropriate for either a boy or girl (and who can resist those cute sheep?!)

I went smaller in size on this one, in the hopes that the smaller size will mean I’ll actually get a chance to quilt it! (I have quite the stack going of quilts that need quilting… so many in fact that I finally decided to send one out to be quilted. It’ll be the first time I’ve sent one to be quilted, so I’m kind of excited!) Anyway, yesterday I managed to finish the backing, so now I’ll just be waiting for a long nap from Max to get a start on the quilting!

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23 Responses to baby plusses

  1. 1
    Terri Harlan says:

    This turned out awesome.I to have yet to send a quilt out. Thinking that swoon will be my first one :)

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    Pia Svendsen says:

    How lovely – loves the danish flag “Dannebrog” (red with a white cross) :-)

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    Bessiemae says:

    Man, I thought for sure having a baby would slow you down, but you are still a powerhouse! I don’t know how you do it! This is awfully cute, and I love the sheep.

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    Kar says:

    Love it with all it’s wonkiness! The sheep are just too cute!

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    marilyn pond says:

    Wow, I really like this one. A LOT.

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    Kristin says:

    This is super cute! I just sent to gift quilts out over the holidays for quilting. It was scary, but they turned out so so awesome. I will definitely be sending more quilts out in the future.

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    Nancy Lee says:

    I love this line, I just ordered some for a quilt for my friend, who has been very helpful in my getting my shop open. She has sheep and is a wool fanatic!! Great job on the quilt!
    Nancy
    http://www.sevensistersgifts.com

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    Katy says:

    Very cool, and love those sheep!

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    Suzanne says:

    Here’s hoping Max sleeps a long, long time!

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    marissa says:

    so, how exactly do you get this done with a baby around? i have a 3 month old and every time i *think* about getting some sewing done, he wakes up! any tips?

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    Donna says:

    “Baaaa!” (That means “I love it!” in sheep. I’m adding this to my list of Must Do projects. Way cool!

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    Claire Jain says:

    So cute! The improv piecing gives it some wiggly movement. I’m a fan!

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    Melissa D says:

    Love this one! :)

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    Nicole says:

    The top looks great! I like how you reversed the background color in a few of the blocks. I can’t wait to see how you quilt it. Here’s to a long nap time, Max!

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    Beth says:

    Some of my friends prefer the smaller baby quilts because they are ‘car seat size’.

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    Kersten says:

    I love it!!

    I have been thinking of making a wonky plus quilt and now I know I definitely will!!

    Thanks for sharing.

  19. 19

    Always fun to see what you are up too – love the “plus” quilt – thanks for all your energy bursts of inspirations!

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    Erica says:

    I’ve been loving cross quilts lately, yours is beautiful!

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    carol says:

    Might there be a tutorial on the little cross quilt – it is fabulous!!

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    Christie says:

    LOVE this! Yes a tutorial or PDF would be awesome. Your creativity is inspiring.

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