Baby Girl Quilt WIP

It’s Wednesday and this week has quickly escaped me. This week I started a new role at work. More hours in the office and very detailed work. My brain is exhausted by the end of the day and sewing hasn’t been top of my to do list. You should see the laundry pile.

Currently I’m working on baby girl quilt using just my stash.  Kona solids along with black and white prints started the idea.  These prints were mostly scraps or less than a fat quarter I had stashed away.  As I was cleaning out the backroom I found a bag full of black, white, gray, and neutral scraps.  Let’s put those scraps to use.

kona solid collection


The pattern for this quilt will be a tutorial I write here in the near future.  I have another quilt that was the test and another in the works.  It’s simple and a great scrap buster.

Over the weekend I hope to finish this quilt and get sent off a new little sister of an older quilt.  Getting some down time to sew, relax, and see this quilt come together.  The vision has been in my head for a bit.

black and white charming plus quilt

Luckily, Porter let me arrange these blocks last night.  He thinks mommy always need help with her projects.  Love it, but I don’t.

What are you working on this week?

Linking up with Freshly Pieced’s WIP Wednesday.

wip wednesday

11 Replies to “Baby Girl Quilt WIP”

  1. It looks great! I have a bunch of strips that would look good in a quilt like this.

    1. OOOHHH. Had not thought of that Leila. Email me a picture if you try it to quiltytherapy @ gmail dot com. I’d love to see it in strips.

  2. fun, fun! and scrap busting is always a bonus. it’s going to be a great, bright baby quilt. nicely done!

    1. Thanks Hydeeann. Gotta love using scraps and stash busting.

  3. This is gorgeous. I love your colour choices and placement 🙂

  4. This is a fun patter for a baby quilt – I’m kind of into the plus shapes myself these days…

    1. I think I should rebrand 2015 as the year of PLUS quilts. That will be year end wrap up.

  5. […] you for all the comments on work in progress I shared last week.  This project was one of those that I really just wasn’t sure about […]

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