I spent the weekend at Mom’s and banged out the quilt tops I had piled up since November. It was just three small baby ones, but it feels good to have them finished.
First up is High Seas Baby
This one came from a desire to use up the rest of the prints from Ahoy Matey. I didn’t have quite enough to do the pattern, so I scrounged the stash and was able to add in a few more prints that worked (leftover from other quilts)
You all know how much I LOVE that crab fabric! This quilt pretty much used up the last of it (though I think there’s some in my scrap bins still) I was also able to use some fun seagull fabric as well as a few random red patterns.
You may recall that I was going to use some Whale flannel for the back. But then I came across these anchors….
They were flannel too, and just too perfect to pass up. But don’t worry, the whales will find a home on another project (already in the works).
But for now, this one is in the shop, and I’ve got two more to show… but that will wait until tomorrow.
7 thoughts on “FO: High Seas Baby”
What a fun finish!! Great choice of fabrics Val.
I love it!
I really like this quilt – colorful, fun, AND stars!
That is such a happy quilt! The gold crabby fabric and random reds just make it sparkle.
What a great quilt. Love that crab fabric and the anchors too. So fun.
Those 🦀! WAY cute!
Isn’t it great to get them off the frame and finished?! This turned out to be a fine one!