A fun quilt finish for this Friday!
The tutorial for making this rick-rac baby quilt can be found at Twin Fibers -- it's really fun and easy! I quilted this with some straight lines, and some wavy lines to echo the rick-rac. I would have added more wavy lines, but the weight of this quilt (with minky on the back), didn't agree with my sewing machine and pulled a lot! Luckily, adding in some straight line quilting helped quite a bit!
This is such a snuggly quilt -- and I just love those sheep!
(fabrics are Monaluna Organic Cottons)
The color scheme do this quilt is so bright and cheery and the blue background really compliments the front. I have just a teeny bit of that black sheep fabric and now I'd love to get some of that apple print!ReplyDelete
It is so very cute MichelleReplyDelete
Very very cute Michelle. Love the ricrac.ReplyDelete
Really cute Michelle!ReplyDelete
Hee hee, love your 'field' of sheepReplyDelete
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It's perfect time to make some plans for the future and it's time to be happy.ReplyDelete
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