I know that it is just a little baby quilt...and I should have completed this ages ago! ...I have had fun working on it :o)
*I debated sewing down the edge so that it would be a straight edge, cuz I really liked the zig zag edges or corner points* ...but in the end, I sewed them all down to make a staright edge.
*It is two panels of the scrappy fabric squares sewn on a muslin background. Each panel is about 23 inches wide by 46 inches long...so overall, it is 46 inches by 46 inches.*
But yay! I have it finally completed and ready for a future grandbaby...
*each panel is divided by solid squares, colors of the rainbow red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet, pink, gray, black white, and brown ...from top to bottom.*
So now, I have some other baby quilts to work on...so that one day, I hope to make at least one baby quilt for each of our future grandbabies :o)
*in each panel, there is a matching printed fabric so that a matching game can be played...finding the matching squares*
I figure that if I complete them before any grandbaby births, I am in good shape :o)
*a close up view so you can see the size of the squares in relation to a house key*
...with Jenny's Alphabe-Thursday's "Q"
...with Free Pretty Things for You.
If you would like, you can read more about this quilt here: "Q is for Quilt" or here: Quintessential Quilts and Quilting Quandry And also see some quilt-related art that was done in the past.
& on my sidebar is a tutorial with other links to how this quilt may be created.
And last of all...here are a couple past art orders:
Blessings to this newlywed as they start their lives together.
Blessings to this future bride and groom on their upcoming wedding day and the days to follow!