Hello there! Still under the weather in our casa, but I'm using this indoor time productively: to make progress on my latest baby gift, a quilt using the adorable Sherbet Pips fabric line.
I'm calling this one "Charming Baby Quilt" because it's my first time using a Charm Pack, and this fabric is just too, too cute. I've come up with a super simple pattern, which I can share when the quilt is done if you or our dear readers are interested (let me know in the comments, if you don't mind!).
So far, I've got the quilt top finished! Here it is.
It came together super easy and fast (if you don't count the 3-year-old and 4-month-old doing their best to interrupt my efforts!). I just sewed 4 charm squares together, 9 times.
I then added a solid border. (I'm obsessed with gray lately. I think Seattle's clouds are getting to me.)
I then added white sashing between my blocks and around the edges.
Here's my vision for the finished quilt. Rounded corners! We'll see how that goes...
For the backing and binding, I'm thinking pink, since the quilt is going to a little girl. Here are all the prints I found in my stash. I haven't made a decision yet. What do you think?
I hope to post the finished product very soon (next week? Fingers crossed.) Would you make a quilt using this pattern? What's your favorite baby- or kid-friendly fabric line these days?