I made this little crib quilt for my first ever great-nephew, baby Zachary.
I followed the Pinwheel Baby Quilt pattern from the Moda Bakeshop site.
I’ve never made prairie points before. I think they add a really sweet touch to the quilt, and they were really easy to make. I’ll do them again. I think the baby might like to play with them they way babies do with tags.
I used my brand new sewing machine to do straight line quilting around the pinwheels, and wavy lines around the border in yellow. Very simple, nothing fancy.
The fabric is a 4″ charm pack of 1930s reproduction prints. They were a gift from Dar at Dar’s Patchwork Garden. I’ve been saving them for something special. I think the 1930s prints are perfect for a baby quilt.
The backing is a from my scrap stash. I think it is a Japanese print, but I’m not sure.
At 31.5 x 38 inches big, it’s the perfect size for Samson.