This little quilt was started last spring. It uses the Bloc Loc Kite ruler. I chose to use some fun 30's prints. All I had to do last week was add the 2 sets of borders and quilting happened Tuesday and binding yesterday.
These fun pre-printed bear blocks were given to me a while back and got
shoved put into my stash to be used later. This was later, out they came and now what to do with them. I had to add all kinds of stuff to make them into this 36" neonatal quilt. Out came some pink and white scraps to add in squares, pinwheels, sashing and borders. I think it came out so cute! It's so fun to take nothing and make it into something.
Simple allover freehand double loops with pink thread was used for the quilting.
A shot of all the bindings. Turtles for the navy triangle quilt, stripes for the bears and a yellow for the 30's quilt. The batting in all of these are polyester, not that I like working with it. But it is less expensive for donation quilts, and it is also softer for baby quilts. There is a lot of texture with the simpler quilting.
If you have never made a quilt to donate I encourage you to do it! It is rewarding and you get 'warm fuzzy' feelings when you deliver them and they are so appreciative. And nope the warm fuzzies don't leave lint on your clothes, LOL Love that one Louise!
Joining in with a few of the linky parties on my left side bar. Off to check out a few other blogs that also joined in. And then I need to get back to quilting-working on 3 table runner orders.