Woodland Creatures Baby Quilt

Woodland Creatures Baby Quilt

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When I first started quilting, it was around the time my friends started having babies. Naturally, I started making baby quilts for my friends. Baby quilts are probably my favorite thing to make. They are small, so they come together quickly, and I know it will be loved and cherished by the recipient.

When my friend commissioned me to make a baby quilt for her soon to be born son last fall, I jumped at the opportunity. She was decorating his nursery in natural colors in a woodland theme. There is so much good woodland creatures fabric. I had the best time pulling together some options for her.

I'm just now getting around to sharing this quilt even though the little man made his entrance into the world in December. Enjoy!

[caption id="attachment_362" align="aligncenter" width="500"]From L - R: Michael Miller Woodland Winter Friends; Michael Miller Woodland Winter Stitches and Strips Snow; Dear Stella Blue Moon Folkstone; Art Gallery Hello Bear Tiny Buck Forest Mint; Art Gallery Hello Bear Leaflet Dawn; Dear Stella Woodland Critters White[/caption]

Woodland Creatures Baby Quilt

Woodland Creatures Baby Quilt

[caption id="attachment_365" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Woodland Creatures Baby QuiltBacking Fabric: Robert Kaufman Mammoth Flannel in Iron[/caption]

 

Quilt Stats:

  • Finished Size: 36" x 45"
  • Blocks: combination of HRT (half-rectangle triangles) and rectangles that finished at 9"x6"
  • Batting: Warm and Plush by Warm Company
  • Binding: Kona Cottons in Navy

 

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