Tuesday, April 1, 2014

No Fooling, a baby quilt

This cute baby quilt started with a panel,



The family has strong Celtic roots, so a Celtic quilting theme was requested.


In alternating blocks I stitched this heart knot, and the alphabet blocks each had individual treatment.  Where are the pictures of those blocks you ask?  Sadly, I don't know.  Thought I took some, but can't find them.


And this is the border, Celtic interlocking hearts.  
I always love Prairie Points on a quilt, and these added that special touch to this baby quilt.

This quilt was a fun challenge coming up with the Celtic designs, and knowing the family roots, this quilt has some very special meaning stitched into each layer.

Thanks for reading, 

Esther

9 comments:

  1. Love your quiltiing - especially the celtic heart border!

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  2. nice to see you popping up again. I love your celtic hearts. Too clever

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  3. I love it! I saw this quilt in person and I thought it was wonderful. Now I can spend more time with the pictures. Great Job!

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  4. Love how the Celtic heart border is spaced with the prairie points, very clever! I can appreciate more than ever what a talented longarm quilter you are. Looking forward to dinner and guild tomorrow :0)

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  5. Lovely! I really like the Celtic hearts & the old-fashioned look of the quilt.

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  6. Really very nice! Love the designs!! That is one lucky baby!

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  7. I really love the celtic designs. Nicely done.

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