I basted this quilt just before leaving on my retreat. It took me a while to figure out how I wanted to quilt it.
I finally decided on criss-cross on the cookies. It reminded me of peanut butter cookies and I thought it was fitting. Then I quilted squiggling on the squares in variegated thread. I bought a new marking pen at the retreat. You just iron over the marking when you are done and it goes away. I still need to do that step.
So happy I went with the made fabric for the setting blocks. I like how all the random color around the edge plays with the color in the cookies.
I think it will make the perfect baby quilt. What do you think?
I’ll be linking up with Sarah for a Whoop Whoop! Make sure you check out what others are Whooping about.
Its tremendous! love the colour and made fabric circles……also really like the way youve quilted it. Inspired twist that!
You've done a great job! And I think it will be a wonderful baby quilt! Don't you just love those iron-off marking pens? What a great invention!
I think it is perfect – for anyone!
Love the 'made' fabric and the quilting. Gorgeous!
W-a-y too cool Em! The colors are just fabulous!
I like the dark quilting!
Triple whoop whoop with cherries on the top for this one!
I love it Em!!!
What beautiful, yummy cookies you have made…may need to make some cookies myself!
One of my very favorite cookies — my grandma's peanut butter. Terrific finish!!!
What a great quilt!
Cute! What a great use of scraps.
Adorable! And on point makes it just yum! I've made a quilt out of that pattern with 30's fabrics . Now I'm tempted to make a new version that's as cheery as yours is
I really love this – what fun! WHOOP WHOOP!
Whoop whoop!! What a fun way to use made fabric – I'll have to remember this one!!! Awesome!!
What a fabulous scrappy quilt…LOVE it!
Looks like a fun quilt to make! Awesome Em! 😉
fun scrap quilt! very wonderful idea! Child can endless to look move of color in circles..