Friday, December 6, 2019

Retreat Project #2, Noah's Ark Crib Quilt

I needed a quick and easy project after the marathon sewing of the snowballs. This was a last minute just in case project I had stuck in my bag, I was so glad I did!

I don't work very often with panels but my 3 year old grandson spotted this at Calico Point and thought I should buy it. I'm sure he thought it would be for him, wrong! It going to be a cute crib quilt to have on hand to gift to someone who needs it. Don't worry though, my grandson has more than enough quilts for his bed.



This picture isn't the greatest, forgot to take one at retreat so I took a quick picture at home. 

You see the narrow green border? I added that and the outside borders too. See, quick and easy, it was fun to make something fast. Right now it measures 45" by 52" but some of that border is going to be trimmed off after quilting.

This little guy will be quilted on my home sewing machine sometime in 2020. I think I know how I want to do the quilting, I'll see if my ideas can happen.

Linking to Peacock PartyTGIFF!, Confessions of a Fabric Addict, Brag About Your Beauties, Finished Or Not Friday, Let's Make Baby Quilts, UFO Busting

5 comments:

Jenny said...

Panels make great quick kids quilts, dont they.

Design Originals by KC said...

That panel is very cute! I agree with your grandson!!! I love that thin border of bright green too! Enjoy quilting it :) Kathi

Alycia~Quiltygirl said...

So cute!! and Way to teach your grandson to shop! I use my kids as excuses to buy fabric all the time ha ha ha!! it works ;-)

Angie in SoCal said...

Love your fabric choices for that panel. The bright green border makes it all pop. Thanks for sharing.

Chopin - A Passionate Quilter said...

It is so nice to get those little projects done! Cute panel!