Saturday, January 7, 2012

Baby Quilt

Our friend Robin had a sweet little boy, Corey Scott, on December 27th.  He is adorable.

I had wanted to make a quilt for the little guy!  I started searching for a simple quilt pattern that would be great for a baby.  I was getting a little frustrated.  I found plenty of simple patterns but they were so plain.  I also wanted to use a flannel fat-quarter pack that I had so it needed to be at least a little scrappy.  

Then I found this great tutorial over at Diary of a Flutter.Kat!   It was exactly what I was looking for.  If you have never been over to her blog you should check it out!

I decided to do a 3 x 3 lay-out.  I think it turned out great!  My kids weren't sure they wanted to give it to the baby.  It is soooo soft.

I took these pictures with my phone and it almost makes the background look like an oatmeal color.
It's not, it's actually a really nice sagey green.


I heard once that the Amish always intentionally make a mistake in their quilts, because only God is perfect.  I have absolutely no idea if this is true or not but I like the idea and use it to explain my quilting screw-ups.  So we'll call this block my Amish block.
(Oopps, It was way to far in the process to fix this when I found it.)
Close up of the froggy pin wheel.  

The back!  Aren't these frogs cute!



Thanks for the Tutorial Kat!  

5 comments:

Robin said...

I love the quilt! Thank you so much! P.S. Your mitered corners look awesome! :)

Katy Cameron said...

Oops, oh well, that Amish block will probably always make him wonder! Sure he'll love it anyway :o)

Diary of a Flutter.Kat said...

I love it Steph! Wonderful job & I bet the flannel makes it feel super snuggly.
Thanks for linking to me :)

Ann Michelle said...

Way to cute Steph!!

Mom said...

Stephanie you should just keep those little secrets to yourself. Love the quilt. Most of all I Love You.

MOM