Fat Quarter Baby Blog Tour


Welcome to my stop on the Fat Quarter Baby blog tour! This week we are celebrating the release of Fat Quarter Shop's latest book, 'Fat Quarter Baby', which is full of 20 adorable baby quilt designs.


The quilt I was assigned is called 'Ryan'. The book has 10 girl and 10 boy quilt designs, though truth be told a lot of the patterns are unisex so depending on your fabric choices can be made for a boy or a girl. I chose feminine fabrics for my quilt, so it's a girl's quilt!


Most of the fabrics I used in this quilt are from Windham Fabrics 'Nostalgia Storybook Vacation' range. Sweetest repro designs, which I have paired with a mint solid cotton.


This quilt is very beginner friendly, with large blocks, so the quilt top comes together really quickly. For quilting, I first machine quilted in the ditch between the squares, in a grid pattern. Then I added some hand-quilting around the centre of each block to add a little bit of that sweet vintage 'squishy' feel.


If you would like to see the other quilts in the book pop over to Fat Quarter Shop's blog Jolly Jabber, and also visit the other bloggers taking part in the blog tour to see their quilts. Thank you for stopping by today!

November 16, 2015
Anne -  Caroline of Sew Can She
Claire - Melissa of Oh How Sweet
Elizabeth - Pam of Pam Kitty Morning
Laura  - Greg of Grey Dogwood Studios

November 17, 2015
Andrew - Anne of Bunny Hill Designs
Christopher - Christina of Emily Ann's Kloset
Hunter - Nadra of Ellis & Higgs
James  - Corey of Coriander Quilts
Kevin  - Lucy of Charm About You

November 18, 2015
Katharine - Natalia of Piece N Quilt
Kimberly  - Lori of Bee in my Bonnet
Kristen  - Erin of Why Not Sew
Sarah - Angie of Gnome Angel
Emma - Melissa of Happy Quilting

November 19. 2015
Matthew - Jane of Quilt Jane
Paul  - Pat Sloan
Peyton - Megan and Heather of Quilt Story
Ryan  - Sedef of Down Grapevine Lane
William - Lisa of Vintage Modern Quilts
Gerri Robinson of Planted Seed Designs

4 comments:

  1. It's beautiful! Also, thank you for pointing out that it's unisex dependant on the fabric you choose - the bows quilt could very easily be bowties! ;)

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  2. I am LOVING your quilt - because you used 30's fabrics!! Lovely!!

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  3. Very pretty, love your fabric choice! I have never used repro fabrics, but I think it makes a great baby quilt, I may have to try it!
    cork@pa.rr.com

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  4. SUCH CUTE QUILTS YHIS BOOK IS ON MY WANT LIST

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