Sunday, February 7, 2010

Disappearing Nine Patch Top Done

 
Here is the top. I like it. I think I'm going to use two layers of flannel to finish it up. I'll have to buy some flannel though, don't have any to use. It's kind of unusual for a baby quilt, but my niece specifically said she is not a pastel kind of girl. This is about as far from pastels as you can get!

I guess this will count as my design wall post as well. If you want to see what more people are doing, check out Judy's blog.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I think it is adorable. Baby quilts are moving away from the white/pink and blue/pink into the cheery, natural hues. Very inspirational!

ByTheSea said...

I just saw this posted on Twitter had to check it out... love the quilt!

Lindi said...

I like it. :)

rosewillow said...

Ooh, that's pretty! I like your colour placement -- makes it look like a totally different pattern from regular DNP. :) Take care, Dianne B. in England

crossroadsquilts said...

I love the colors in this quilt! I have made a lot of brighter colored quilts for babies and always love the way they come out.

Isn't the D9P so easy to do also! It has become one of my favorites!

Bari

Joyce said...

I think it's a perfect baby quilt. I have read that babies are much more attracted to strong colors than pastels.

Diane said...

love the colors-it's a great baby quilt, so bright and cheerful.

Kathie said...

Very pretty, those are my type of colors.

kathie

Allie said...

Mary, it's beautiful. I LOVE the colors and I think it's wonderful for a baby quilt. Flannel on the back will be wonderfully soft.

Mary said...

It's bright and pretty. The flannel will make it so cozy too. My favorite pattern for a quick quilt.

Pat said...

It's beautiful in the jewel tones!

Debby said...

Love the colors and the way you arranged them. Beautiful!

Barb in Mi said...

Love the colors - looks like batik?

Quilter Kathy said...

I studied your quilt to figure out why it looked so different from other D9P quilts I've seen!
Very cool!

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