Oink A Doodle Moo twin baby quilts
Well, as it turns out, I had twins!
I recently posted about some leftover Oink A Doodle Moo (by Jenn Ski for Moda) that I was playing around with and created a baby quilt top. I still had some large scraps on the design wall.
So more playtime ensued! For this second baby boy quilt, I used the partial seam (tutorial here) method to make the blocks.
I was so pleased that a pattern using this method is now in the works!
These bright and happy quilts each have mitered corners (tutorial here)
and both turned out to be around 41″ square.
|Partial Seam Frame|
I used a flannel for the matching backings.
I quilted in the ditch for each and then quilted geometric boxes
in the negative space for the improv pieced quilt.
Binding is this fun plaid called Mischief Happy Plaid in Aqua by Nancy Halvorsen for Benartex.
Speaking of fabric….
Did you hear that Craftsy is having a flash sale this Friday & Saturday?
You can check out each sale here:
The sale only lasts 48 hours and products will sell out fast, so head over to Craftsy today and check some items off your crafting and quilting wish lists!
Keep On Quilting On!