Monday, November 25, 2019

Design Wall Monday - November 25, 2019

I was at a quilt retreat in Shipshewana, IN from Wednesday through Saturday.  I took some of my charity baby quilts with me, and completed this one by adding the binding.  The Spiderman blocks are left over from a twin sized quilt I made for a grandson.  The blocks finish at 5 in. square, and the quilting my long arm quilter chose was perfect - stars and spiderwebs.

Here is a close up:

It measures 45 in. x 45 in. square, and was very easy to make.  I like three coordinating fabrics in a baby quilt - it gives me enough contrast and interest without too much difficulty.

Here's the complete quilt:

And another closeup of a block, with the spiderweb in it:

The backing, showing all the machine quilting:

It feels so good to get some of these tops that were in my pile of "just tops" completed.  This one will go to a charity.

What did you work on this week?  I didn't get to everyone's blog post last week, to read about the pictures, but the pictures were great!   Have a happy Thanksgiving Thursday, those who are celebrating in the USA.  And have a happy quilty week to all!

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Anonymous said...

A really cute baby quilt! I like the Spider-Man theme. Happy Thanksgiving!

Kate said...

There may be some of that Spiderman fabric hiding in my stash. Very fun charity quilt. some little boy (or girl, mine loved the spidey when she was a toddler)is going to love that quilt.

Quilter Kathy said...

Someone is going to love this Spiderman quilt! Great finish!

Sara said...

Love that Spiderman quilt. It's a great idea to keep baby quilts simple but with lots of contrast.

AnnieO said...

Baby/Small quilts can be so satisfying, fast and fun color combo and quilting there!

For the love of geese said...

Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for linky party. I know several little ones that would be thrilled with your finish.

Lady Locust said...

That quilting is fabulous! Some little fan will just love love love it!

Chopin - A Passionate Quilter said...

My Blog friends, Rosemary, Gretchen, and I think Lu Ann were there also

Susan said...

Very cute Spidy quilt, and the quilting is perfect!

chrisknits said...

What a cute quilt! It will wrap someone in love!