Thursday, March 1, 2018

sunny baby quilt





A fun finish a couple of weeks ago... made more fun by the fact that my sister in law pieced the top.  So adorable!!

All I did was sandwich and quilt it, and bind it.  This is for our fellow sister in law who is having a baby this month;).




The label is from a set of vintage embroidered blocks I won at silent auction at the AQSG seminar in Manchester.




x
Cynthia


9 comments:

  1. Just as cute as can be. Team work is always a productive way to get a quilt done. The vintage embroidered piece makes a beautiful label!

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  2. This makes me want to make a baby quilt! Sweet and simple, with an adorable label!

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  3. I am just finishing up an I-Spy quilt and have been wondering how it would look if I joined the blocks without all that sashing. So nice to see how well yours works. I see some fabric in that that I am using too. A few patterned fabrics among the picture blocks seems to work just fine.

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  4. What a sweet little quilt--and label!

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  5. How adorable! I love collecting vintage linens and never thought to use one for a label. Very clever! I love what you called the baby quilt. My new grandson's name is "Sonny".

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  6. Very sweet and simple. Absolutely charming, especially with that wonderful looking label.:)

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  7. So adorable. What a precious baby quilt. That label is so unique and special. What a sentimental addition to the quilt.

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  8. A perfect baby quilt: simple and sweet, as others have said.

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