FO: Sprites’ Garden

Earlier this week, I mentioned that I was away this weekend. The course I was attending was only 15 minutes from my parents’, so I crashed at their place for the weekend to save myself some travel time.

But the course didn’t start until 6pm on Friday, so I took the opportunity to do some quilting before I went…


As a result, Sprites’ Garden is complete. It’s not a very big quilt (38″ square) so it didn’t take long.


It was a fun, and quite frugal quilt to make. The main blocks were a charm pack I got as a free gift with a MSQ order. The purple solid was a clearance bin find.


As was the backing…. a cute chunk of flannel for just $5! The binding was part of a mystery grab bag order from MSQ… and it just happened to match one of the fabrics in the charm pack! I did have to add a couple 5″ squares to have enough for the pattern, but they were all leftovers from my stash.


There’s no babies on the immediate horizon, so this will be tucked away for now. It was made for the pure joy of it, and I’m sure the right recipient will come along eventually!

14 thoughts on “FO: Sprites’ Garden

  1. Shirley

    That is a beautiful quilt and the fabrics you added blend perfectly. I cannot tell what was not part of the charm pack. Such a happy looking quilt and a perfect baby gift.


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