Wednesday, June 25, 2008

New baby quilt. . .



Here is a baby quilt i just finished for a friend's new baby, Katherine Grace. It is hand-quilted, 36x36" with a beautiful Amy Butler print on the back. . . you can't go wrong if you have some AB somewhere in the quilt! Also, the white is an Egyptian cotton and combined with the high quality A.B. fabric, this feels like silk to touch, I'm not kidding.

10 comments:

sara said...

I am moving back to Utah and hiring you to teach me how to quilt! Seriously, I can't get over how much I love your quilts. Maybe it is time to post a "how to get started quilting when you have no idea what you are doing and live far away in Philly" blog!

The Petersen's! said...

You are so talented! That blanket is beautiful and it looks like silk!!!

Annie P said...

I am freaking out! I love it. So great. You are so good. Love Amy Butler and you!

Anonymous said...

I love the green detail on the edge. nice!

April said...

um, that's heart-stoppin' amazing! You seriously put us all to shame! I love the colors and the skinny square frame on the front.... pure gorgeousness.

Kristine said...

you are amazing! can i pleeeease be you when i grow up. So darn talented. Oh and I want one of those quilts in MY size!

Nanon said...

Cute! You've got some serious talent! Oh, and about the Cheesecake Factory, we only waited 25 minutes, but it is worth a 2 hour wait if you have to!

Ashley and Joseph said...

This quilt is so cute! I love the one that you made for Phillip its the best. You are so talented! We are expecting again and I was wondering if you could help me make one that might go with the one that you did for Phillip? Let me no. Your the best.

katherine said...

first of all, what a beautiful name they choose! second, um, that quilt is amazing jul. i love your eye for beautiful things, and that you can execute your creative ideas so well!!

Erica said...

This quilt is amazing! I love how simple and elegant it is. That is only lucky baby girl? Is the pattern your own design? If so, would you be willing to share the design?