Sunday, July 5, 2009

Flower Fairy baby quilt

As far as baby themes go, I love Winnie the Pooh, Beatrix Potter, and Flower Fairies. I tend to collect the Flower Fairy fabric whenever it is available, then don't use it because the parents think they want something in particular for a quilt. Well, a friend from work and his wife are expecting, and I asked about the nursery the other day to get an idea of what would go with it. He said pink with some green. Immediately I thought of the Flower Fairy fabric done by Rose and Hubble a while back. Michael Miller is the current purveyor, although the Apple Blossom Fairy is in both lines. I had some square panels and a rectangular panel and some coordinates (actually lots of coordinates, at least lots of yardage, a local kid's clothes maker was clearing out their warehouse and they had a pink and a white version of an overal pattern, I went crazy at $2 a yard). The massive quantities are still in my stash, awaiting a Stack and Whack attack to hit me (might be soon). I'll use some of the white colorway for the backing of the quilt top I produced today. I only used two of the square panels, still have a set of four of them for some future project.


Crispy said...

Awwww what a sweet little quilt. The baby will love it!!


Kellie, said...

You do not know me, but I stumbled upon your blog looking for the Castle Wall Block from the Elm Creek Quilters book. I just wanted to tell you that I think your blocks are beautiful. I have been a quilter for a long time, but took a long break while I had babies. I am still having babies, but have decided that I still need to quilt. I hope you don't mind me leaving this comment or looking back at your work once in a while.

ConnieB/CA said...

don't mind at all, I love comments