Friday, April 12, 2013

Toadstool Quilt

Pin ItHooray!  I finished this little quilt tonight, just in time to gift it for a baby shower next Sunday.  This will be for a friends second baby, not sure what they are having so I decided to go for primary colors.  I hope this is considered gender neutral!  I'm in love with the little toadstool homes, I've used this fabric for smaller projects, but not in a quilt before.  I love it!  I didn't really plan out the design, just made a ton of HST's then played around with the colors until I liked it.  Hope the new baby will too!
Linking to Finish it Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts and Fabric Tuesday at Quiltstory.

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14 comments:

Jennifer Scantlebury Vienneau said...

What a beautiful little quilt! I am sure it will be well loved over the years!

Linda said...

Love it! A wonderful gift. How's your machine? Did you get it serviced?

Julie said...

I really love this one! The colors and the pattern are so fun yet simple at the same time!

Nicole said...

Cute quilt! The fabric is so fun!

Anna said...

Such an adorable little quilt! Looks pretty gender neutral to me :) I love that toadstool fabric!

Karen said...

This is a gorgeous baby quilt. Love the fabrics and the colours. Perfect!

Wendy said...

gorgeous, perfect for a baby of either sex

Mareenchen said...

Love it! Definitely gender neutral in my book. :)

ipatchandquilt said...

Congratulations on your finish! I love the colours you choose for this project!
Esther

Rachael said...

Oh this is adorable, I'm sure baby will love it :)

Rachael

krista said...

i adore toadstools! adorable quilt :D

Britt G. said...

What a fun baby quilt - I love the dot binding, but who doesn't right?! Will be following from now on the see what other projects you work on.

tmcc4 said...

I just stumbled onto your blog and I recognized the SU stamps and so cool your also a demo who loves to quilt...all of your crafts are beautiful! Bookmarking you :)

Renee said...

Cute quilt! The colors will be very fun for a baby to look at, I would have loved it for my daughter! I hated getting all pastels.