It's so funny how now that I have a new baby and the kids are home from school for the summer, when I have so very little free time, I have my sewing motivation back. Even though I haven't been able to sew very much, I have been able to squeeze in a little this week while the kids have been at camp in the morning.
This is actually exactly like a quilt that I made for Studio E that I will be sharing next month, only the colors are completely different, but the great thing about a quilt like this is that different colors make a completely different quilt.
The colors are pulled from this Small World corduroy print which I am in LOVE with. It is so snuggly and I love the texture of the corduroy. The quilt top is made with Kona cotton.
I don't know if the front is a plaid or a gingham or what, but it is fun to make.
I have used corduroy for a quilt back before (see here and here), but this is the first time I have used a Cloud9 corduroy and I was impressed. It is very soft and the colors are vivid. When I use corduroy I treat it just like a flannel and prewash it first and it handles pretty similarly.
Finished size: 34" x 46"
Fabrics: Kona Cotton
Backing: Small World Corduroy
Batting: Quilter's Dream Cotton Select