I guess I should wait to show you this finished quilt so I don’t have back to back posts about the same quilt, but… it’s finished, and I think it’s pretty darn cute, and well, I just can’t not post about it!
As mentioned the other day, I used my favorite Flea Market Fancy line for this cute little patchwork baby quilt. While I’m sad to see my stash diminishing, I’m happy to be using it. I’ve hung on to it for a very long time, just looking at it, and now I’m going to try to make an effort to actually sew with it more often!
For the backing, I used a Moda Bella solid in a great darker turquoise along with a fun pieced improv block I made up out of some of the fabric scraps.
It’s quilted (predictably!) in my favorite straight lines on the diagonal, alternating a single line with a double quilt line, and bound in chocolate brown. It measures about 36″ x 42″, and is now in the shop, (sold, thanks Traci!) and hopefully it will go to some lucky little baby!
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