For Baby B

17 Dec

It has been a long time since I last completed a project, but the quilt for baby B is now at its new home awaiting the arrival of its new owner so it is time to blog about it!

I decided to do the Garden Fence pattern that I had been eyeing for quite awhile. As you know from my progress posts it actually took me quite awhile to get through, it was the most time consuming piecing I have done to date, mostly because there was so much pressing between each and every step. But I am really happy with the way it turned out!

Photos in this post are courtesy of the recipient. I took my photos at night and am clearly not as skilled as she is with a camera. It’s nice to have some better photos to show this one off. I posted my own photos to my Flickr account so they should be visible on the side bar to the right.

How it arrived:


The front:


The back:


Still loving the new labels, they were a really great investment:


Some quilting detail (long armed – I just didn’t have the energy to tackle it myself this time):


Is there anything more perfect that stripy binding? I always love it.

And finally in its new home:


I hope mom and baby B spend many hours curled up under this quilt. It really was a pleasure to make. I always enjoy the process of watching it come together and of course giving away to people I care about.

Now we just need to meet the new little one!

2 Responses to “For Baby B”

  1. Debbie December 17, 2011 at 1:01 PM #

    Your quilt is beautiful! What a great color combo & nice fabrics for the pattern!

  2. IVF Bug December 17, 2011 at 7:44 PM #

    J, absolutely LOVE it! It’s fantastic. The colours are gorgeous, the piecing is fantastic!
    (You’ve lit the fire under me to get truckin’ on Buggy’s quilt… 😉 )

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