This will be a quick post, just to show off the baby quilt that I mentioned my sisters-in-law were interested in seeing. My step-son Tim & his wife Jamie are expecting their second child, a girl, in October.
One of the blogs I follow is Piece and Quilt, and I fell in love with Natalia's Modern Baby Quilt some time ago. (Click on the link to see her wonderful tutorial.) As always, I did some improvising; I had some green bias I wanted to use for swirly flower stems and it was much narrower than Natalia's version. I also revised the picture panel in the lower corner. That adorable little dear is from Cricut's Cindy Loo cartridge. You can cut fabric on the Cricut, but I prefer to use my Cricut marker to draw the image onto fusible web, then cut by hand. You can use a much lighter fusible this way and for a quilt I want to keep it light and soft. If you do this, don't forget to use your flip button to make your design a mirror image. That is, if it's important to you -- and essential if you are doing text. So anyway . . . here's the quilt:
These are my" colors, I love the pinks, yellow and turquoise blue.
And of course, this tiny dear is my favorite part. Isn't she precious?!
It was a great way to use some of my precious scrap pieces. I just love this quilt (hope they do too) and I'm sure I will be making it again.
Prayers today for Larry, Brenda, and Dave. For Emily, Leslie, Karen & John. God bless you all. Love, J