Once upon a long time ago (2008) I made this little quilt using an alphabet panel. I'm not a big lover of fabric panels but I do love the alphabet. Baby quilts are fun to make and I like to keep some on hand. I also love using cozy flannel on the back.
I can't seem to part with this one.
Fall is in the air and soon my blue and green chairs will go into storage. The freshness of blue and green speak "Summer" to me.
Earlier this year I drug out another alphabet panel from my stash. I bought it because it was blue and green. I went diving into my fabric and pulled out cornflower, blueberry, and apple colors. Lots of dots, of course! Last night the last stitch went into the binding. The morning sky cooperated, offering a crisp clear blue with a hint of puffy clouds.
I used the same setting as the little alphabet quilt. The blocks in this panel were larger so therefore so is the quilt. The floral print is the border. Maybe now that I have this beauty I can part with the little one.
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Thanks to everyone who offered names for my courthouse steps/lantern quilt in a previous post. Also thanks for stopping by to let me know about your social media habits. Both are appreciated.