This crib quilt was made for my baby boy. I used some of the same fabric as quilt 2 and 3 because I love that the quilts are “siblings” as well. This was the first time I used a quilt pattern, found here, and also pieced together a backing. This was also the first time I “stitched in the ditch.” I didn’t know then how to do mitered corners, and my basting wasn’t great, but my son has yet to complain. If I were to redo this quilt, I would put the lighter green color in the middle, baste better, cut with more accuracy, and learn how to bind. But, it’s all about progress, and this is part of my quilting progress.
Quilts 5 and 6 were made for my two nieces. I made a baby quilt and a twin quilt, made with the same fabric as quilts 2, 3, and 4, with some additional pastels. This was my first attempt at stippling in a meandering pattern, so they are far from perfect, but made with love. I love, again, that these two quilts were made from the same fabric as my children’s quilts. The pattern I used was for fat quarters, and I had no idea what a fat quarter was, so I had to cut my material into fat quarters to make it all work out. Ever learning!