My sister-in-law gave birth to her 4th baby yesterday, she and my brother now have a matched set: 2 boys and 2 girls. Sabrina and her Mommy and Daddy are doing well.
I shared the quilt I made for her on MQResource awhile back (I actually made it and sent it before she was even born. I know, amazing…), but I only ever posted teasers here, some blocks in progress, the pillowcase it got delivered in. In honor of her birth, I thought I’d share the actual quilt, along with a gratuitous shot of the dog walking away:
Have I mentioned how much I love this black and white polka dot fabric? Yeah, I’ve only used it once or twice or…10 times before…
For the quilting, I used a computerized design from Anne Bright called Venice. It stitched out beautifully. The thread is Sew Fine and Bottom Line.
I drew and cut the “S” freehand. It’s a really great initial for a name, don’t you think?
I can’t wait to meet Sabrina. I hope that some day soon her Mom or Dad will send me a picture of her with her quilt. They can wait awhile, though, I’m sure they are kinda busy right now.
Adorable! Love the black and white polka-dots!
Lynn Douglass says
Congratulations, Aunt Suzanne! I love the polka dot fabric, and it’s adorable in this quilt. I think S is a very fine letter, but I have to say that I like L a bit better. 😉
Linda Card says
I like the curly flourish at the end of the “S”.