I was running a little low on baby girl quilts, so I thought I would make a few. Two of these are of the same design, and the middle one is a simple square quilt.
Ten Quilts ago, I had made a quilt using Tanya Whelan’s Dolce Fabric. I had a pile of “scraps” left from that quilt, and so I thought I would make a couple of baby quilts.
I wanted to separate the large designs in the Dolce line with something, and so I came up with these scrappy looking wonky stars. These stars are made from solids in my scraps and also some coordinating colors from a couple of stacks of Kona Charms, which I now consider a necessity in any quilter’s stash. They are tiny and were hard to make, but I love the effect!
After making the two quilt tops, I had a few extra stars. I added a row of them to the back of one of the quilts.
The two large panels on this quilt are from Anna Griffin’s Lizzie Collection. They are the same design, but one in a light blue, and one in a celery green. The other Dolce Stars Quilt uses the blue as the back. They are both bound with Kona Robin’s Egg blue.
My other quilt was a way for me to take a mental break with quilting. I needed to make something simple. Thus, a simple square quilt.
It is made with Annette Tatum’s House collection fabric. At first, this collection seems to be a bunch of random fabrics jumbled together, but I really like the effect. It’s like having a quilt made from my stash, only I don’t need a stash.
I love the soft colors, and the gentle designs of these fabrics. I think it makes a quaint little baby girl quilt. The back uses the same Lizzie Collection celery green as found in the Dolce Star’s quilt. It is also bound in Kona Robin Egg.
The Dolce Stars quilts were 38.5 inches x 40 inches before washing, 36 inches by 37.5 inches after washing.
The House Collection quilt was 40 inches by 48 inches before washing, 38 inches by 45.5 after washing.
It feels great to have these done. Baby quilts are such a great change from twin quilts. Thanks for stopping by!