Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Merry Go Round

Here is the second baby quilt top I finished! Woo-Hoo! It is the pattern Merry Go Round by Sandy Klop.


Made by cutting strips! The pattern is for a twin size quilt so the first quilt I made the blocks were really too big for a baby quilt. I shrunk the template so I cut the strips 2" instead of 2 1/2".

Sew half of the triangles together. Notice that one strip set makes 2 circles that have opposite colors.


Lay out your rows.....



And sew them together! Pretty darn slick, huh?
This was the first quilt, which I am still going to finish and give to the parents to be, I just wasn't happy with the size of the circles. You can compare the top photo with this one and may be able see the difference.
I hope to get them both basted and quilted before next week.




5 comments:

  1. Good fabric choices for a baby! And a nice design. Easy to make.

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  2. Wow! I had no idea it was that simple :o) Thank you!

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  3. Very cute baby quilt, such a clever pattern.

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  4. Great quilt...another one to add to my long long list! Thank you for the tutorial. It looks easy to make.

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  5. I've been seeing so many hexagon block quilts lately. Thanks for showing that they're not as difficult to make as we would expect.
    Pretty quilt -- lucky baby.

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