Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sherbert Pips

Here are two quilts I made from Sherbert Pips by Aneela Hoey for Moda fabrics.  The first one I quilted using a pantograph called hearts and flowers.  It was very girly looking and I love how it turned out.  It is going to be a baby blanket for a friend of ours.

 The back is so cute!  Little girls riding scooters.  I just love it.

Here is my second quilt.  I used a few different fabrics for the borders and decided to practice some of my custom quilting on it. 

Quilted pebbles on it.  The thing about pebbles is you have to practice a lot to make them look nice.  I finally feel like I'm getting the hang of them.  I love all the texture they created.

 I quilted some little figure 8's in the grey border and feathers in the red border.
This pattern came from a free pattern from The Tulip Patch and she was featured on the Moda Bakeshop.  You can visit her blog here.  You can also find her pattern here.  It's called a Ritzy Cracker Quilt.  This is a really cool blog to check out.  She does some fun patterns and they are very easy to follow.  I actually made all the blocks for a big size quilt and just split it in two groups because I wanted baby blanket size.  Worked out great.  It took two charm packs and some fabric.  I love how the custom quilt turned out.  Look at those little doggies in the border. 

Have a wonderful rest of your weekend.  Thanks so much for looking!



  1. You did a great job- love the quilting! It makes everything come alive!

  2. I was just admiring your beautiful quilting and pebbling! Great minds think alike! :-)

  3. Wowww... gorgeous!!!
    I love it!!!
    Kisses a lot,