Baby Quilt Monday (on Tuesday). Part I

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Isn’t this a beautiful baby quilt? It was created by Marylin Angeloff who writes,

“Imade this quilt for my 12th grandchild. I quilted it myself on my quilting machine. I’m a hobby quilter. The pattern is Wild Thing. The fabric is Chez Moi. I took Angela Walter’s Class on Craftsy., Free Motion Quilting. I’m really happy with it 🙂

And we’re happy to show it to others. Notice the differing quilting styles and the use of scalloped trim on the inside border. As one of our readers said, “The prints are so happy!”

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Jan Bennett-Collier made this comforting baby quilt. Notice her use of fabrics that all seem to have the same size pattern, creating a nice harmony. Jan writes,

BabyBow Ties. I made this quilt while I was involved in birthwork as an educator and doula and used 1930s reproduction fabrics for their pastel effect. This design was my own, but I used techniques for the hearts and bows that I learned decades ago from Mary Ellen Hopkins of It’s Okayfame. This quilt is about 34″ square.

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Jan Lewis did this panel quilt for her newest grandchild. It is of Chole the Giraffe. She also did a growth chart. She says that both projects were quick to assemble.

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Katharine Morehouse posted this stunning photo. Her quilt is an amazing work of art. Don’t miss the alligator and frog, too. The use of color and whimsy is just “happy”!

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And, finally, sometimes we’re blessed with more than one! Cheryl Carstens made these three baby quilts for her “triplet grandbabies“. Congratulations!

Thank you all so much for sharing your works with our quilting community.

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