Light-Blue Batik Baby Quilt December OMG

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  1. patty says:

    Fun quilt top. Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and good luck with your project.

  2. Oh, that’s looking terrific! I love blue and black together, and well combined with an adorable baby, what’s not to love? 🙂 Thanks for the reminder to get my OMG posted and linked.

  3. chrisknits says:

    I am sure you will reach that goal! You have a sweet baby model to show it off, there’s no way you won’t get it done.

  4. Pretty project for this new monthly goal 😉

  5. This light blue quilt is perfect for Colt with his gorgeous blue eyes!

  6. I love this quilt!! Of course, blue is my favourite colour – so that helps! But I think the fabrics you have make it extra special!!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  7. Rochelle Summers says:

    Wow, you are right that it looks so different from the first quilt you made using the same fabric. It will be nice to have a baby quilt at the ready when something special comes along. I hope you do a year end recap of all the projects you finished this year…if it isn’t too much work. Have a great weekend.

  8. Kathryn says:

    Going to be good. I only used batiks once, not sure I like sewing with them so have left them alone since. I am sewing a blue Jacob’s ladder for my sister at present. Blue is such a great colour. I have made a wrong turn with a half square triangle. So my main sewing goal is going to be to fix it today. It took me a couple of days to see it and now I see it each time! I love there is a new addition to your family in March. It is so exciting to see them all coming along. We just had a new Australian one earlier this week. All the best with this goal. Hope bribery wins out!

  9. Wonderful project for this month…light winter blues. Good luck with it and getting Cole to pose for the final photo shoot!

  10. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Love the fabrics you chose for this sweet quilt! I’m sure you’ll have no problem finishing it this month! I too am SEW ready to put 2020 behind us and praying for a better new year!

  11. Nine patch quilts are so versatile and fun. I like the fabrics you’ve chosen, too. You’ll have this done in no time!

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