Wednesday, September 9, 2015

WIP - Baby Girl Quilt

This WIP is for a new baby girl due to arrive in November.

Lynn over at Buttons Quilts makes a lot of baby quilts.  I don't think I've ever seen her make a quilt that wasn't for a baby.  I wonder if there is something in the water in her city -- she knows a whole lot of people having babies.  Lynn uses a lot of great patterns, so I've decided to try one of them -- Zebra Parade pattern from the May/June 2014 issue of Quilty magazine.

The pattern calls for eight fat quarters, but I used yardage of six fabrics.


I've managed to lay out the pieces on the design wall (minus the sashing pieces).  Hoping for a quick finish for this one.


For the Kona badasses out there, that's Chocolate and Camellia.  J  The rest of the prints are Robert Kaufman Pimatex Basics, Screen Print.

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11 comments:

  1. This will be a very pretty baby quilt...I get the feeling it's a girl?! I love the combination of pink and brown...I can't wait to see it with the sashing!

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  2. This will be lovely for a little girl. Timeless prints and colors will keep it in use for many years. Debbie

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  3. I like the colour combinations.

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  4. Oh, this is going to be super sweet! Love your fabric choices, Anja!

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  5. I love pinks and browns together. These fabrics will make a great little girl quilt.

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  6. what fun fabrics, that is a lucky baby! i love the added brown; still girly but more mod.

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  7. Love your color choices! This will be a gorgeous baby quilt.

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  8. very cute and a great simple pattern to show the fabric :)

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  9. That colour combination is so pretty! It will make a beautiful baby quilt.

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  10. I can't wait to see this finished! Looks lovely, Anja :)

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