There recently has been an surge in newborn babies from our friends and family. Not only is it so exciting to welcome precious new little ones into our lives with whom we are lucky enough to watch grow but of course for me that also gives me an excuse to make quilts.
The only hard part that is although I truly treasure keeping the gender of the baby a secret - as we did with our own two - I find it harder to create unisex quilts than ones for a boy or girl when the gender is known.
So these are the two quilts I created for these new arrivals -
This one is called Wash Day and is from Trish Harper Designs. I bought this pattern a few years back after seeing it in Amitie Textiles in Melbourne and fell in love with it. This quilt ended up going to a beautiful baby girl!
Here is the next quilt that I made for my newest nephew!
This Coin Quilt came from the Tutorial I found here. I have made quite a few Coin Quilts in the past - they are a great way to get stuck into your scrap pile and contain it a little and I also have made these for a brother and sister before so that they had they same pattern but just in different colourways.
And of course new babies meant that I had to indulge in some new wool for my newest passion - Crochet. Although I am still putting together all the squares from my Squares rug, I could not help but get some of the Brown Sheep Cotton Fleece from Tangled Yarns. I love these colours!