Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Little Apples Baby Quilt

Wow, I've finally completed a quilt that I feel I've done a nice enough job on that I could sell it.

I've kept it really simple with basic squares and rectangles and only some straight line quilting. I've even used my favorite way of non-binding binding the quilt.

It measures approximately 41"x45" and is backed in a pin sized red with white polka dots fabric. I used some of the leftover print cuts to make a stripe across the back.

I'll be happily listing this in my Etsy shop, I hope it finds a home!

Next up, is this little quilt. All that remains is the the quilting, then this one will be ready for my shop, too.

It's made up of vintage sheet squares, all in oranges and yellows. I think it's my favorite quilt so far.

Linking up with WIP Wednesday. WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced


  1. You had me at "vintage"

    It's gorgeous!

  2. I clicked on your linky as soon as I saw your 'vintage sheet' quilt too. Lovely to find that we've been corresponding over a custom listing of vintage and Denyse Schmidt fabric via your Etsy shop. Your 'Little Apples' is gorgeous too! Cheers, Fiona from Australia. You can see my WIP linky at

    1. Thanks for your lovely comments. I'm going to head on over and check out your blog, too!

  3. Love both quilts! I'm a big vintage sheet fan too!

    1. Thank you! There are just so many wonderful sheet prints out there, how can one resist!


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