Connie and I met at Farm Chick Quilts this morning to see what Mandy is up to – check out her blog. Connie bought some new Jo Morton fabric and I picked up several low volume pieces for my next scrap vortex.
When Connie was in the shop yesterday she showed me the baby quilt she made for her niece from a collection of Fig Tree fabrics. It is so soft and sweet – the dogs had to stay back just while we worked but they were very interested.
Today Becky and I are scheduled to play at Concord during the Valentines Day dinner with family and friends at 5:30. Well, Becky just called to say she was leaving school with the stomach flu!! You can guess what that means – I am flying solo so this will be a short post – I’m off to find “dinner music” that I can already play without serious practice time needed prior to 5:30. Ugh!
Pretty quilt! Those low volume fabrics are so pretty, too. I like the grey cream soft teal prints very much! Good luck, soloist!
Love the baby quilt! What white fabric do you use so the other fabrics don’t show thru?
I made an owl wall hanging and the colors would show thru on the white eyes!
Janet- try doubling the white fabric or lining it with interfacing to keep the other fabrics from showing thru. Hope this helps.
Beautiful baby quilt. I’ve always had a yen to do some quilting but my other activities seem to get in the way!
I hope the playing went well. You probably know lots of great dinner music:). The baby quilt is beautiful. Fun to make those.
Tell Connie, that is a beautiful baby quilt. Love the colors.
What a lovely quilt! I love the colors.
Love love fig tree patterns and the Moda fabric line strawberry fields lovely baby quilt
Lovely baby quilt. Looks like it could be the Devil’s Claw block from one of your books?
What is the quilt block in the baby quilt? Really a beautiful baby quilt. Love all the pics and posts. A joy to read each day! Pat