I finish this top almost a year ago, but just got around to quilting it after my sister requested a donation. It helps to have a few (well I have more than a few) tops hanging around that can be quickly completed for donations!
Simple quilting and the Pear fabric worked well with the Farmer's Market idea.
The backing is an African Kanga (swahili word for sarong) with a strip of the pear fabric. I thought it matched the front colors rather well.
Since my sister is not shy when it comes to asking me for donations she asked if I had any baby quilts lying around that she could stuff in a 'baby themed' raffle basket.
I groaned, but then whipped up this receiving blanket. Doesn't take long if there's no batting and no binding. Just two layers, quick turned and away it goes!
I'm thinking about doing open studio's again this year I think I will whip up a bunch of these to sell. They are so cute and easy!
cheers, Claire W.