Friday, December 16, 2016

Finish Friday - Baby Quilt

I was a little delayed in making a quilt for my new baby cousin...a year delayed to be exact.  Oops.  Better late than never I guess.

It was difficult to capture the true colours of all the pinks in this quilt.  When does Spring arrive???

36-inches square

Loop free motion quilting in pink variegated thread.


You can see bits of snow in the background.  Sadly Winter arrived with a vengeance this week.  And it's about -15° (and with windchill, it feels like -25°).  And that's Celsius my friends, not Fahrenheit.  It was so cold today that it hurt my face.  Now I have to go outside and shovel the driveway...sigh....I am sooooooooooo not a Winter person.


If you don't hear from me, you'll know that I'm frozen outside.  😀


Linking up with:

Thank Goodness It's Finish Friday @ Sparrow in Flight
Finish It Up Friday @ Crazy Mom Quilts
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Finished or Not Friday @ Busy Hand Quilts 
Needle and Thread Thursday @ My Quilt Infatuation 



14 comments:

  1. Oh oh dear, I hope you don't get frozen! We had 10 cm of fresh snow last night, I'll have to get out the snowshoes. The quilt looks nice and snuggly for a not so little baby, congrats on your finish!

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  2. lovely quilt Anja! Snow ughh....we have enough of our own right now. It can stop for the rest of winter as far as I'm concerned.

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  3. She's going to absolutely love it! She'll appreciate it a lot more as a one year old! Sorry it's so cold! For our Fahrenheit friends, that's hovering around zero degrees. I got out of Dodge just in time, didn't I? Whew! XO

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  4. So cute! I just love pink baby quilts - I'm working on one myself right now! And I'm so not a Winter person either. It was -34 celcius in Montreal yesterday - there's just no way to hide from that! And it's snowing today. Hence why I'm reading blogs and spending time in my sewing room.

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  5. Yay for a finish! Finishes are the BEST!! It seems quite tame compared to the usual out-of-the-box color schemes you usually pick! Hee! Hee! Anja, I really love this quilt. The loopy quilting and striped binding are too cute.

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  6. How cute! It was 80 here this morning but supposed to be below freezing by the time I wake up tomorrow morning! Brrrr....

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  7. Lovely! You can never have too much pink!
    I have only ever once been almost (not quite) that cold, and that was on the top of a mountain at a ski resort in Japan! I cannot imagine how you can go outside and not die.

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  8. Your FMQ shows through so nicely! Curious now, will you be waiting for spring so it's color appropriate, or gifting it straight out?

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  9. I really love the backing and binding, Anja, and your loop quilting is so confidently done. I hope the quilt gets a lot of use and love. :)

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  10. it's a quilt worth waiting for Anja, and your quilting looks lovely. I think you should just stay indoors and quilt all winter, toooooooo cold! While in my corner of Northeast England it is unseasonably warm, 6 degrees celsius today, and I haven't fallen once walking the dogs, win win.

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  11. I love the pinks in this quilt, they are so bright and perfect for a baby.

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  12. It's adorable and I really love the colours in the binding.

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  13. Delayed for events, you're talking to the queen of that syndrome....this is adorable and that baby will likely haul this around until it gets all frayed with love right?

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