Monday, February 2, 2009

Olivia's Quilt




There is no better way to say "I love you" than to make someone a quilt. A dear friend of mine had a baby a few months ago and I knew just the thing to make her: A Baby Quilt! I started out with the idea to have an appliqued bunny in the middle with a pink button eye and a little red heart by it's mouth.






Then I decided I wanted the bunny to be surrounded by a dynamic checkerboard. I stripped pieced the checkerboard which made it very easy.




I made two 1/2 inch inner boarders around the bunny: flowers and then polka-dots. For the two outside boarders I flipped them: polka-dots first (1 1/2 inch boarder) and flowers (5 inch boarder).

In all I only used 4 fabrics, which is unusual for me, but I kept it sweet and simple and let the fabrics do the talking for me. The only other thing I need to add is "Somebunny Loves You" embroidered above the bunny.

8 comments:

Ella said...

Pamela It turned out so beautiful,
Thank you for all you do for me and miss Olivia thanks you as well, you are truelly a terrific friend ,I am so very lucky to have you in my life ,no one good ask for a better friend, I love you!
Again Thank you you are the best!
luv ya
Ella

Fahrenheit 350° said...

That is really darling! Lucky friend!

Jenny said...

How beautiful! Seeing this quilt makes me wish I could quilt.

Jodi Nelson said...

Adorable quilt! I'm having so much fun visiting your blog. ooxx`jodi

*emilie* said...

this quilt is just adorable ! i love the idea to mix baby and love together !

Molly Betsy @ Star Cottage said...

Oh I love it!

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