Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Classic Meets Modern and Baby!

I finally finished my new niece's baby quilt.  Two days after she was born.  That is a win in my book.  Not like she needed it in the hospital anyway.
So, without further ado....
Baby Aurora Elaine:

Please ignore that quilt pucker and focus on my cute niece!



She makes the quilt look so giant.  It really isn't that big.  Large crib size I would say.  Isn't she just the sweetest lil' punkin you have have seen?  *I may be biased*

On another note:
The Classic Meets Modern Block of the Month Quilt A Long with Kelly at My Quilt Infatuation  has begun!!!
I finally decided on my fabrics, although not which fabric will be which yet.  I'll probably do the solid black for the background, but the rest....who knows.   Here they are:




Please ignore the dog hair...it will be removed when sewing.  :D


Oh so gorgeous!  I can't wait to get started on this one!!


9 comments:

  1. Precious baby and pretty quilt! Love your fabric choices for the quilt along!

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  2. Beautiful baby, lovely name, how old is she on her quilt? Lovely colours, suits Aurora Elaine to a T !!!

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  3. Congratulations on a healthy and beautiful Niece, and of course on the quilt finish. I can envision the many years of use and love she is going to get from the quilt!

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  4. Definitely a cutie pie niece! Gorgeous stripe fabric.

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  5. You're right, she makes the quilt look giant! And yes, she's the cutest little pumpkin for sure!

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  6. Such a great quilt and a cute model to go with it!

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  7. There are just so many beautiful photos here!

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  8. Your quilt for Aurora is adorable! Love your fabric pull, too.

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  9. Precious baby and beautiful quilt! Don't worry -- she'll "grow into" that baby quilt and it will be just the right size to drag around the house when she's a toddler.

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