Monday, November 28, 2011

Baby Quilt


Hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving holiday with your family and friends. 
My husband's nephew and his wife are going to have a baby. We attended her traditional Indian baby shower over the thanksgiving break. I decided to make a quick baby quilt to go with her shower gift. 
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 I forgot to take pictures on the day of my plaid pantry party! 
Try saying that a few times!
Here is what I am working on.. 
I see my friends again this Wednesday and will be sure to take my camera with me.

'Friendship Garden'
 
I will post more pictures of this project as it evolves. 

Smiles!
 

19 comments:

  1. Such a sweet quilt to bundle baby in. The colours are marvelous.

    Carolyn

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  2. What a great way to make a baby quilt! It's lovely. And your garden is looking very fun.

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  3. sweet baby quilt. love the applique - how big is the block in the photo?

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  4. I love both of them. is the friendship garden block pieced or appliqued? and how big is your baby quilt? I'm always debating with myself about what's a good size.

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  5. What a happy quilt for a new baby - love the new block!

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  6. What a beautiful bright welcome to a sweet baby!! Your garden will be a joy to watch grow and bloom!

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  7. Sweet quilt for a baby!
    I look forward to see your Friendship Garden grow - love that first block! Have fun on wednesday!

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  8. Your baby quilt is so freeing! It's bright and fun. You've given me an idea of how to use up some old stuff. Thanks so much!

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  9. Your baby quilt turned out lovely, I bet they loved it.
    Looking forward to seeing you tomorrow and hearing more about the friendship garden block!

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  10. You have such a fresh and refreshing view of scrap quilts. Can't wait to hear about a traditional Indian shower.

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  11. Beautiful Beautiful. You are on a creative roll, girl. I love what you are doing.

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  12. ok I can't wait to see more of the friendship garden quilt.....PLEASE :)

    happy to see you sewing again....
    Kathie

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  13. So sweet! Poppy Loves :-)

    www.poppyloves.co.uk

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  14. This baby Quilt is so awesome

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  15. Now I am going to show how UN-liberated I am....how did you do the strips (wonky rectangles) for the baby quilt? :)
    jean

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  16. That baby quilt is similar to the one I posted on my blog yesterday, from the 1970s. Love what you've done!

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  17. Your baby quilt is a wonderful design for a quick project...lucky baby!
    And I LOVE your friendship garden piece. Looking forward to seeing that develop.

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