baby quilt in progress.... It looks like it is finished but we are just waiting for the little boy to be born so I can add his name, date of birth, etc in the big empty grey area.
When I learned that Holly was having a boy and doing her nursery in dogs, I thought of the patchwork dog pillows that you see in antique stores.
I knew I couldn't tackle the box type pillow and all those set in seams, so I decided to make the quilt above.
This is a perfect project to make using any of your 2 1/2" jelly roll scraps.
Block measures 14" finished. Each print square is 2 1/2" x 2 1/2" cut. This block uses white as the background.
This block uses Grey as the background since Holly's nursery is grey.
(grey dot is from Aneela's group debuting at quilt market- in stores Feb.)
If you are a grey junkie, you will want an entire bolt for yourself. I promise.
If you are interested in making some dog blocks, the above diagram shows the basic cutting and piecing directions for one block. All print blocks are cut 2 1/2" square.
Here is a diagram of 3 blocks across, 4 blocks down with 2" finished sashings.This diagram makes a quilt that is 50" x 66".
hope you enjoyed this quick project!
Labels: Dog quilt, Tutorials