I used part of a charm pack of Dilly Dally by Me and My Sister Designs. I took out the ones that had black and pink since I don't like black for a baby quilt and I didn't know if it was going to be a boy or a girl. I added yellow, mauve and some of my own light blue fabrics. The turquoise was a neutral colour and I thought the whole quilt was nice and bright.
This is the back. I like my backs to be all one fabric because it is hand quilted. That way you don't have to quilt through seams. The batting is polyester and that's what gives it the loft.
Here's a close-up of the backing fabric - it is multi-coloured Paddington Bears. My daughter was pleased. I purposely looked for something that wouldn't show through on the white and this was a perfect choice. I wash all of my fabrics before I put it together but even though I didn't wash the charm pack, I still didn't wash the quilt when I was finished. I don't like the wrinkly look for a quilt that is brand new.
And here's little Luc on his quilt wearing what turned out to be a matching outfit which was a gift from a neighbour.
What a beautiful quilt. Just love the picture of tiny Luc so deep in sleep, a wonderful picture.ReplyDelete
Lovely quilt. And, Luc looks so adorable sleeping on it.ReplyDelete
Luc is so cute and the quilt is also beuatifulReplyDelete
Beautiful quilt for Luc, Dolores, I really love the hand-quilting you did - great stitching! Luc looks very comfy cozy on his new quilt!ReplyDelete
Its wonderful Dolores!! Nice a bright, and your quilting is wonderful!!!ReplyDelete
What an adorable little Luc... 8-)
Soon I will have one too... 8-)
The quilt is as sweet as the baby!ReplyDelete
It's beautiful, the hand quilting is exquisiteReplyDelete
Happy little boy with pretty quilt love the quilting. He is lucky to have such a talented grandma (:ReplyDelete
great quilt - wonderful baby :)ReplyDelete
Gorgeous quilt (I love the backing fabric!) for a gorgeous baby!ReplyDelete
Beautifully quilted and I love the colors of this one!ReplyDelete