Tag Archives: baby quilt

Oh where did this Quilt end up?

I was going through some quilting pictures and came across this one. Scarily I don’t remember making it and don’t remember where it got gifted to. A quilt forgotten but for some photographic evidence. How sad. The material in the centre is of dogs, surrounded by scrappy 9 patches and then a narrower plain border.… Read More »

Bluebird Park Baby Quilt

I needed a project, to do today, that was quick and easy, and that wouldn’t stress me out. I didn’t want a high concentration project but rather one I could enjoy, see quick progress being made, and feel a good sense of accomplishment. Baby quilts are normally ideal for these sorts of moods. The Bluebird Park… Read More »

Red, White and Blue Baby Quilt.

Here is a crib quilt I made a few years ago.    One of the purposes of this blog is to record the quilts I have made. Sadly I’m not sure where I got the pattern as this is one I’d love to make again. It was backed with polar fleece and is technically not… Read More »

Destined for Project Linus Canada

I honestly have no idea where I got the pattern for this quilt. I found the flimsy in my stash when looking for something else and can’t remember much more than doing it. I think I enlarged a smaller block to come up with it. The quilt is destined for http://www.projectlinuscanada.org/ and will go to… Read More »

*Gasp* A black and white baby quilt.

Requested by the mother-to-be, a black and white baby quilt.  Seems high contrast items are easy for a baby to see and stimulate them. I’ve heard many times how baby quilts should be soft pastel colours but who is going to argue with a soon-to-be-mom who has specialized education in early childhood development. The pattern… Read More »

Big Block Star Baby Quilts

These quilts were made some time ago, from a pattern in Quiltmaker magazine. They were fun to do and sewed up quickly. I think I should go back into the “pile o’ magazines” to see if I can find the directions to make another of these. I love the vibrancy of the colours I chose.… Read More »