Thursday, March 12, 2015

Pretty In Pink Finish

This was Project #12 on my First Quarter list HERE for the Finish-a-long.

The past couple of years I have not been that great about getting baby quilts that I planned as gifts finished and delivered!  This coming Sunday I plan to deliver 2 such Quilts.  If I can manage it I plan to finish another one next week.  I have been really spurred on this year by the Finish-along group, by instagram, and an insane desire to complete as much as I can before we hand the keys over to this current apartment in 7ish weeks!  I am overjoyed that I completed this quilt yesterday afternoon!

It was quite funny to find a place to get some pictures.  I finally decided to combine a much-needed trip to the park with my pictures taking.  There was a boy who kept popping up just behind the quilt as I was snapping pictures and you can see the shadow of his sister on the top of the structure!

Quilt Stats:

Pretty In Pink Quilt
Completed: March 2015
Design:  My Own arrangement of a BOM block
Size: 40" x 40"
Other info: Baby Shower Gift; the backing is Coral dots from Connecting Threads basics

I am linking up this week to:

Thank Goodness It's Finished Fridays @TGIFF & @QuiltMatters
WHOOP, WHOOP Fridays @Confessions of a Fabric Addict
Link A Finish Friday @ Richard & Tanya Quilt
Fabric Tuesdays @ Quilt Story
Needle & Thread Thursday @My Quilt Infatuation

*\o/* Cheers


  1. That is beautiful, Shanna. The colors are great too. A swingset is the perfect picture spot for a baby quilt.

  2. Congratulations on the finish - it looks wonderful! I really love the last photograph of the quilt on the large playset structure. :)

  3. Well done! Great quilting too, Shanna. Love the pics at the park -- so sweet. So glad you linked up to TGIFF!

  4. Very cute! Your points look so precise!!!

  5. What a gorgeous quilt! That fmq flower quilting adds a lot of fun that finish. And I love the applique personalization. Looks like the photo session was also a lot of fun!!!

  6. That is just a beautiful quilt. I love the color scheme you chose.


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