I have had this beautiful quilt pinned on Pinterest for a long time and decided that it would be perfect for my next quilt. Mine is a little less subdued, but I wanted to use prints and I wanted to use pink and orange so I went a little bit of a different direction.
It ended up a little crazy, but it was a fun way to use up some yardage and showcase some prints.
I kept the quilting simple and did two straight lines on each side of the long seams. It isn't fancy, but it leaves the quilt feeling soft and snuggly.
Of course after going to the trouble of going somewhere to take photos of the quilt, I forgot to take a photo of the backing and this quilt is already in the mail on its way to a friend. The only photo I have is a phone photo I took while quilting. I used this Cotton + Steel Melody Miller print. It is so adorable!
If you are interested in making a similar quilt, it is easy to plan out with a piece of graph paper. I cut each strip 2.5" wide and then subcut into the smaller pieces.
Finished size: 54" x 66"
Backing: Melody Miller's Trinket - Happy Garden in Steel Blue
Inspiration: Value Bricks by Jacquie Gering
Batting: Quilter's Dream Cotton Select