Sunday, July 22, 2012

Girly Girl

This is the cutest quilt pattern and M wanted the quilting whimsical and girly. Feathers and curls did the job.
I had to grid the border, this is a pieced, scalloped border, so the piecer had no option but to have it scalloped before quilting.
Love the lady bugs and how the border has the big dots and flowers mixed in.
And this is all boy. Here is the final layout for my churn dash. For a baby quilt it's going to finish at 36 x 48, the perfect size.


I didn't have my camera at The Applique Society meeting today and I missed sharing some fabulous projects. This is my favorite group, I learn something every time we meet and it doesn't get any better than that.

Thanks for stopping by,
Sharon

8 comments:

Mimi said...

What an adorable pink quilt! Almost missed seeing the scallop, but that is so cute. As for your churndash, that is definitely all boy,so I think you did good on choosing your fabrics.

Sujata Shah said...

I love them both. The lady bug on the quilt is so cute!

Julie in the Barn said...

Wonderful kid's quilts! I'm too chicken to try scalloped edges. Anything curved scares me!

Karen said...

The lady bugs and flowers give the quilt a whimsical look. So cute for a girl.

Sharon said...

Both quilts are very cute! Love the lady bugs and the dots. And your quilting too! The motorcycles are a fun choice for the baby quilt.

Janet O. said...

I love the curls and feathers you quilted on this very cute quilt. What does it mean to "grid the border?" Sorry to be so dense, but I haven't heard that term before.
Your churndash is a great quilt for a little guy!

Library Gal Quilts said...

Those are both just darling. What lovely quilting too. Those are going to be truly loved!

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

Toooo cute!! I love when the quilting just makes them come alive!