My daughter mentioned the other day that one of her friends was pregnant and due in about 3 months. She and her husband decided against finding out whether the baby was a boy or girl – they will know on his/her birthday! So the nursery is gender-neutral, done in soft yellows and grays. Funny where inspiration comes from, isn’t it? I remembered a piece of fabric I had – a yellow and gray plaid – that was an impulse buy and has remained in my “stash” for quite a while. I didn’t have other fabrics that would work well with it, in a pieced quilt, but I did have a yard or so of a soft pastel yellow solid. SO…
This is a “whole-cloth” baby quilt. I used an edge-to-edge quilting design called Animal Crackers, by Patricia Ritter. This was so much fun to quilt on the long-arm! And, it will be a lovely baby gift that Brittany can give her friend!
Love the quilting design – can imagine how much fun that was – and the colors! You’re turning out some beautiful work, Katie!
Thanks Margie! I’ve been working in the sewing loft a lot this month! It has been great!