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Monday, January 17, 2022

Farm Pinwheel Baby Quilt Finished

 This top was sewn together sometime last year and has been
waiting to be quilted and finished.
Last week was the time.
I pieced a backing and basted the layers together.
Now it's a finished baby quilt, ready for donation!

This top was made from a package of charm squares
and yardage.  Some of the farm fabrics are so cute!

I am really liking the simple grid quilting these days
and love how it looks with this design.

You can see a few of the farm prints in this photo.


The backing was pieced from fabric in my stash.
The blue is not this dark in person.
Green gingham binding was used to finish it 
and it's ready for donation.
I'm linking to Design Wall Monday today.
Happy Quilting!


Annie said...

I adore the colors in this quilt. And I like that the farm prints ‘look’ subtle and not screaming FARM! And I always love pinwheels and straight line quilting. Straight line quilting allows the fabrics and design to show out and not get lost in a busy quilting pattern.

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

simple grids are what is good for a lot of quilts

Kim said...

The colours and pattern in this quilt team beautifully together. Good choice on the simple grid quilting. A beautiful donation quilt for a sweet baby!

Libby in TN said...

Sweet! Wondering what machine and what stitch length you use for your quilting.

Needled Mom said...

That’s really sweet. The quilting looks fabulous. It’ll be a fabulous donation quilt.

Vicki in MN said...

You are definitely on a roll now that you have your hidey hole back;)

Julierose said...

Adorable baby quilt--just love those perky colors..nice work and quilting!!:)))
hugs, Julierose

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Absolutely precious; and you're right- that grid quilting complements the pieced design perfectly! Bravo!!

Debbie said...

What a wonderful baby quilt! The colors are so bright and fun! I love how you quilted it!