I've been busy taking lots of pictures of my new baby quilt! As I said in my last post I love the fabrics I picked for this one!
The blue dots, the blue chevron stripes and the thin stripes are from the fabric collection Happi by Dena Fishbein. I just love it! Could a fabric be more colorful and fun for a baby quilt? :) My favorite is the blue chevron one!
The orange chevron is from the fabric collection Matilda by Alice Kennedy! I like how well this orange fabric looks with the others.
As I included two fabrics with chevron stripes I decided It would be nice to use the blue dots fabric to sew a pair of chevron stripes with white background. I like white backgrounds because they enhance the beauty of the fabrics. For the rest of the quilt I've sewn fabric stripes of different widths.
For the binding I've also used the orange chevron fabric by Alice Kennedy. Who would say that aqua and orange would look so well together! Love mix and experiment with fabrics!
Binding is double for extra durability and I always hand stitch it on the back. It's one of my favorite steps because with each stitch you can see more about the finished quilt.
You may be thinking at this point why I named hedgehog this quilt, right? I always tend to buy more fabric than needed to make a quilt. My worst fear is running out fabric when making a quilt! So this time I thought I should do something else with these fabrics.
Don't ask me why but I ended up making a fabric hedgehog! I used yellow felt to add extra spikes! isn't it cute? I also decided to make a hooded baby towel and I hand sewn a patchwork applique on the hood, of curse it was a Hedgehog! :)
Let's take a last a look to the whole baby set :)
I've listed this Hedgehog baby quilt & the towel in my Etsy shop. You can find the listing details here: hedgehog baby quilt and baby towel
Have a great day!
This quilt has been featured!!