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In & Out of Studio 3D
Wednesday, 22 February 2017
Baby Buggy
Topic: Quilting
This is my first quilt for Hope 360 Pregnancy Clinic. It is 40 inches square.

I got some pieced blocks from a warehouse sale, all packaged together and made of solids. Each block was different in pattern and mostly in colors. I don't know if they were assembled for a demo, a sampler, a class or something else? There were just these 5 in the pack, all stitched up into 8 1/2 (unfinished) blocks.

I found a salmon with tiny dragonflies that matched some of the solicd and added in a grey marble that matched some of the dragonflies. The only consistent color in the pieced blocks was a dark blue/grey so I bought a yard of solid as close to that as I could find.
 

I quilted overall with large meander.
 


Then I quilted the borders with dragonflies.
 


It is backed with flannel.
 


Some of the colors in the backing are similar (but not identical) to the solids on the front.

Ddd

 

Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 12:37 PM PST

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