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Friday, June 7, 2019

Baby Quilt #4706 (not really!)

It seems like lately that I am making one baby quilt
after another.
This summer we know of a number of babies being born,
which means there are a number of quilts that need to be made.

The other day I found this pattern for a baby quilt
using a layer cake and some yardage.
I just happened to have this fun layer cake
just waiting for a quilt idea to pop into my head.

It went together so quickly
and is so much fun to look at!



I just love the sea designs in this line of fabric.
The colors are so rich and vibrant, too.
If I was using yardage, the waves would have been matched
but I couldn't do it with a layer cake. :(

 


Look at the whale and the fish!
It's like we are snorkling and seeing all of this wonderful sea life.


 


I'm not adding the last border because I don't want it that big.
This is about 40" square now.

I've added it to my
"to be quilted" pile.
UGH!
I REALLY need to get some of these quilted
and soon!

Happy Quilting!

7 comments:

Kim said...

You are making a lot of baby quilts, aren't you. This one is a beauty. The fabric is fun and the polka dot fabric fits in perfectly.

straythreads said...

Cute quilt!

Elizabeth V Kelbaugh said...

Lovely quilt whether for baby or not! I enjoy making big block quilts as comfort quilts.

Rebecca Grace said...

This is gorgeous, Ramano! I love the fiery oranges against the cool blues -- definitely not your ordinary run-of-the-mill baby quilt. The lucky parents are going to love this one!

Vicki in MN said...

Baby quilts are just so fun to whip up. Just look at the cutie pie polka dots!! Lucky baby that receives this one.

The Joyful Quilter said...

That is going to make an AWESOME baby quilt!! Thanks for the pattern link. I just happen to have a Layer Cake that needs to be put to good use!

Julie said...

That is a great pattern to use for a baby quilt! I love the fabrics! I have saved the pattern link for future use. Thank you!