December 11, 2016

Sunrise Baby Quilt {in Ombre}

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Sunrise, an ombre baby quilt.

Made from tube sets left over from my Trip Around the World quilt.  Aren't you proud of me for using them up right away rather than stuffing them somewhere, never to be seen again???  I am. {Pats self on back.}

The backing is Essential Gradations.

Quilting is stitch-in-the-ditch in the ombre and ever-enlarging squares in the gray with Monopoly invisible thread by Superior.  I ♥ this thread!

Quilt Stats:
  • Pattern:  None.
  • Fabric:  Essential Gradations and a Kona gray.
  • Size:  34" x 41"
  • Batting:  Hobbs 80/20 cotton/poly
  • Quilting:  Stitch-in-the-ditch with Monopoly invisible thread.
  • Binding:  Double fold, attached by machine in a Kona gray.
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Shannon said...

I AM proud of you for using your leftover so quickly! Great finish!

Karen said...

Total beauty! Love the negative space, too.

Anja @ Anja Quilts said...

Great use of the leftovers. Definite pat on the back.

Needled Mom said...


Janice Holton said...

Way to go for hopping right on those leftovers! By the way, the back of that quilt is just as gorgeous as the front! Wonderful finish!

em's scrapbag said...

This is stunning! What a great use of leftovers!

Brooke said...


thanks so much for linking up!

Sum of their Stories said...

This is extraordinary, such beautiful colours and pattern. Thanks for sharing at #HandmadeMonday

Susan said...

That's a fun one! Thanks for sharing!

legato1958 said...

Beautiful!! I love both sides! Isn't it such a great feeling to use the "unused" blocks on the back, and end up loving the back side, too!!
Merry Christmas!

Louise said...

Yes, I'm very proud of you for using those leftovers up quickly and efficiently. Oh, and also gorgeously!! This is such an eye catching quilt, and I really like the way you quilted it with the squares heading off into the gray part. Very cool!