November 3, 2010

Fairytale Quilt

Hey, remember when I used to make quilts? Yeah, me neither.

Buuuuut I finally got back into the sewing room after my sisters left, and finished this custom quilt a friend commissioned. (It's all super wrinkly and weird because I just pulled it out of the dryer. Whoopsie doodles.)

She just asked for a baby girl quilt, and immediately I thought of the Once Upon A Time panel by Alexander Henry that I've had in my stash for quite a while.

I used scraps (you may recognise a bunch of them from my patchwork quilt!) around the border to add some prints since I'd used all solid fabrics for the rest of the quilt.

I'm pretty happy with how it turned out, and hopefully she'll like it too :)

I did some straight line quilting instead of my usual meandering. I just thought the straight lines would look nice on this quilt, and I'm glad I did it.

The back is also an Alexander Henry print (I can't remember the name of it now) which I thought was perfectly girlie without being all pink. I used the solids I'd used on the front to make a cute strip down the back to tie it together.

All washed and ready to be delivered :)


Live a Colorful Life said...

Cute, cute! I bought that panel too. Love it. And your binding fabric is an awesome choice!

Angela Nash said...

I love all the big, solid blocks around the characters. Great quilt!

knit to unwind said...

Hi Audrie, Nice quilt! I am a quilter from Singapore, love reading your blog.

Karen H said...

Very cute! I have the panel, too. I should get working on it one of these days!

by Daisy said...

needless to say I love the quilt top, as well s the back, but i particularly like your quilting and the idea you had for the binding. this means, basically, i love everything!

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