Here are two little baby quilts I finished yesterday. Both are aqua and gray, very popular colors.
I finally got these log cabin blocks oriented correctly. You might have said something after Wednesday’s post, or did you think it was something artsy I was doing? I found two to fix after that post, but I didn’t see the last block till I had it sandwiched. Fortunately, it was in a corner, so it wasn’t too bad to un-sew and re-sew. If you spot a problem now, please don’t tell me.
This one with the chevrons was more of a minty aqua, and hard to photograph. I like it, though, and I had fun doing the feathers. I even remembered to add extra batting to the gray areas when I sandwiched it, so the feathers pop more. The odd triangles are seersucker, and the texture is great.
I like the flying geese backing.
These are smaller than I usually make, 30″ x 36″, which I still think is a useful size. Usually, mine are around 36″ x 42″. What do you think is the ideal size for a baby quilt?
I’m linking up with Finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts.