I knew I wanted to make a quilt for my sister-in-law’s baby shower, and I actually got started early enough that I was able to finish with plenty of time to admire it.
The quilt top came together really easily. I used a charm pack of Kona Bright Solids and a white jelly roll for the sashing. That’s a lazy woman’s quilt, but I’m still darn proud of it.
For quilting, I went with tight (semi-straight) lines for the sashing and diagonals for the colored squares.
I also added a few tags on the back so Ron Santo never forgets his favorite aunt and uncle. 😉
Overall, I’m very pleased with this quilt. Definitely reminded me of the enjoyable parts of quilting. And, it really is fun to be able to give something homemade.
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