Sunday, June 27, 2010

Hushabye Bundles of Joy Quilt

This style of cross quilt has been done many times, but this is my version!

I finally finished my Bundles of Joy quilt. It's made with one charm pack and around 3/4 yard of Kona pink. Just the right size for a play mat or baby quilt.





A tutorial on how I made the quilt will appear on my blog later in the week!

19 comments:

  1. It's beautiful, Ryan! Love those colors....

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  2. That is just darling! I love the fabrics...they really do look like candy boxes!

    MGM

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  3. Really lovely! A great way to show off a beautiful fabric line!

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  4. I love it! This would be perfect for a baby quilt I need to do!

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  5. Looks great...love the colours :)

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  6. Love it and the Kona pink is fantastic!!

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  7. It looks lovely and not too difficult to make. Look forward to your tutorial. Thanks in advance. Cheers

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  8. Oh, that is so nice! Beautiful job! Those Hushabye fabrics are really nice for a baby quilt!

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  9. Cool! I like charm pack projects. I'm glad you will be sharing a tutorial.

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  10. I love the quilt Ryan. It is beautiful. I have a new grandbaby coming in the next few months. I will be looking forward to the tutorial. Still enjoying your blog post, Karen

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  11. This is really, really cute. And I love seeing the crosses in something other than a dichromatic arrangement. Awesome!

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  12. So pretty! I have a couple of charm packs I don't know what to do with, so I will look forward to your tutorial!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Sandy A

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  13. very nice ; can't wait for the tutorial !

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  14. Its a terrific quilt Ryan- I love the colors- it would be a fantastic gift for a baby.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  15. Can't wait to see the tutorial. I love this project. Bet it's very versatile, too. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. That is a gorgeous quilt. Not sure how I ended up at your blog but am now following. Look forward to reading more about your adventures in quilting.

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  17. Been looking for an easy quilt for my granddaughter to make. Saw this one on Charlies blog had to come back and investigate. She wants to use blues and browns, I think this may be it. I hope she loves it too, I love it and think it's simple enough that she can do it! And not so much fussy cutting on grandma's part!!! yea!

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