Baby Quiltiness

Well, I’m delighted to share that all three baby quilts are delivered to the parents. Two of the quilts are snuggling babies, while we patiently await the arrival of the third.

So today, I just want to share a little quilty baby love with you. Remember that Periwinkle Quilt? This was made using Lella Boutique’s Sugar Pie fabric and the pattern is from this Missouri Star tutorial.

It’s looks all fine and lovely snuggled over the rail on my deck. However, it’s so much cuter snuggled this way.

Isn’t she beautiful? I’m just a little partial, since she is my cousin’s daughter’s baby. This view of the quilt really shows off the lovely quilting by Connie of Turnberry Lane Machine Quilting.

This is why I enjoy quilting, to be able to share some joy with others. Allyssa and I worked together to choose the pattern and fabric, and I’m so happy that she likes the quilt. I’m pretty sure her little girl loves it too, as you can see from this last photo!

Happy Monday, everyone! I hope you have a fun week of sewing!

I’m linking up today with Beth at Cooking Up Quilts.




18 thoughts on “Baby Quiltiness”

  1. love that you made the quilt big enough for baby to grow up to use it in toddler years – some make them so small that the baby can’t use them after the first year – now this one can be enjoyed for awhile – cute baby!

  2. The quilt looks lovely, a perfect baby quilt and even more so with that cute little bundle of joy curled up on it.

  3. Sweet quilt and just perfect for this pretty, baby girl. I love the pattern and fabric. Making baby quilts is the best!

  4. So perfect! Making a baby quilt and then seeing the recipient on the quilt are two of life’s great joys.

  5. Hi Wendy,
    This is just the best post ever! The whole reason I love to make quilts – is for pictures just like the one you shared. Ohh, what a sweet little princess. I am sure mom and baby feel all the love stitched in that beautiful quilt. ~smile~ Roseanne

    1. Thanks, Roseanne! I agree, I love to make quilts that make people happy! And baby quilts are the best!

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