|These fabrics are so hard to photograph! The green looks too lime here, but not lime enough below! Also, shadows... Chicago fall/winter is the worst for photos!|
So life keeps moving forward. People are always having babies. This time I'm pretty ok with it. My cousin Jordan's girlfriend is pregnant - and due right after Christmas. The baby is a girl, and she will be named Priscilla. I got it into my head that I'd make her a quick little quilt.
I pulled the fabrics from my stash - based on the colors they have picked out for the nursery, green, teal, and orange. I think the colors are just great!
|This is Priscilla's room - thanks to Facebook it's easy to keep in touch!|
I went straight to my pinterest boards for some quick inspiration -- knowing I wanted to do the wonky cross block - very minimal but lots of fun color. I pieced the wonky cross section in about an hour or so - on my day off, while Allie was at school. It took one stop at the quilt shop for some lime green linen (they were out of Kona Grass green), then it was finished in no time! I love quick little quilts like this.
|There are prayers and my signature tucked under the binding. Wrapped in love!|
My dimensions were based on the package of crib quilt batting I had on hand. Finishing at about 40" x 40"
I sure hope Priscilla enjoys it - but first I'll need to mail it out to them. Sometimes it's hard living two states away!
|I actually remembered to use one of my quilt labels! I used Wonder Under to fuse it onto the back and stitched around the sides.|