One of the first baby quilts on my very long January-March baby quilt list was for a co-worker who was expecting his second son in early January. Baby H arrived on January 6th, but I delivered the quilt on January 23rd which was the first time I saw him in the new year.
The pattern comes from an issue of Quilty magazine and I chose it because it looks beautiful and complicated but is actually a very straight-forward pattern that turns out a fairly small (and therefore more practical for the mass production I have to do) quilt.
Here is Hoot (named such because of the Ann Kelle owls on which the colour scheme is based):
|These fabrics are all from my stash. There is Quatrefoil in Navy and Yellow, some V&Co. chevrons in lime, Bonnie and Camille and a bunch of Cotton+Steel from their basics line (which is to die for).|
|I used Aurafil white and got this done in two short sessions of FMQ.|
|Those owls are adorable and will hide many sins, I think. :)|
|Bonnie and Camille Happy Go Lucky scallops in navy.|
Linking up to Crazy Mom Quilts Finish It Up Friday!