Quilt Reveal: Sarah from Fat Quarter Baby

Angie Wilson of GnomeAngel.com version of "Sara" from Fat Quarter Shop's Fat Quarter Baby. Quilt made with Michael Miller Seedling, quilted with Aurifil by Raylee Bielenberg of Sunflower Quilting.

It’s such a nice change to be able to share a completed quilt with you all instead of blocks for Farmer’s Wife Sew-along. This quilt is called Sarah and it’s from Fat Quarter Shop’s latest book; Fat Quarter Baby.

Fat Quarter Baby by It’s Sew Emma is simply baby-crazy in the best way possible! Twenty crib-size quilts (and one bonus table runner!) for your bundles of joy. Packed with fresh fabrics and a variety of styles, there is something for every quilter. Great for baby shower gifts, or they can be used as small lap quilts!

I loved making this quilt because the blocks are so big and come together so easily. They also give you such a great opportunity to show off big bold prints. I used this quilt as the perfect excuse to play with Michael Miller’s “Seedling” by Thomas Paul. This fabric line made this quilt a great gender neutral baby quilt. The bold lines and graphic nature of the prints mean that it’s also a quilt that will grow with the baby and not be so obviously “baby”.

Angie Wilson of GnomeAngel.com version of "Sarah" from Fat Quarter Shop's Fat Quarter Baby. Quilt made with Michael Miller Seedling, quilted with Aurifil by Raylee Bielenberg of Sunflower Quilting.

Seedling contains the most perfect stripe print for binding, don’t you think? I really love how this turned out, especially given it’s not a colour palette I would normally use.

Angie Wilson of GnomeAngel.com version of "Sarah" from Fat Quarter Shop's Fat Quarter Baby. Quilt made with Michael Miller Seedling, quilted with Aurifil by Raylee Bielenberg of Sunflower Quilting.

It’s quilted in an all over design by Raylee Bielenberg of Sunflower Quilting in Aurifil #2615 50wt. The background is Robert Kaufman’s Kona in Ash.

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You can see more of the fabulous quilts from Fat Quarter Baby at the following blogs!
November 16, 2015
Anne –  Caroline of Sew Can She
Claire – Melissa of Oh How Sweet
Elizabeth – Pam of Pam Kitty Morning
Laura  – Greg of Grey Dogwood Studios
November 17, 2015
Andrew – Anne of Bunny Hill Designs
Christopher – Christina of Emily Ann’s Kloset
Hunter – Nadra of Ellis & Higgs
James  – Corey of Coriander Quilts
Kevin  – Lucy of Charm About You
November 18, 2015
Katharine – Natalia of Piece N Quilt
Kimberly  – Lori of Bee in my Bonnet
Kristen  – Erin of Why Not Sew
Sarah – Angie of Gnome Angel
Emma – Melissa of Happy Quilting
November 19. 2015
Matthew – Jane of Quilt Jane
Paul  – Pat Sloan
Peyton – Megan and Heather of Quilt Story
Ryan  – Sedef of Down Grapevine Lane
William – Lisa of Vintage Modern Quilts
Gerri Robinson of Planted Seed Designs
Disclosure: Fat Quarter Shop are financial supporters of GnomeAngel.com. All opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced by the businesses involved. For further information about my disclosure policy please click here. Michael Miller also provided the Seedling fabric line for my use.

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7 Comments

  1. Dolores December 9, 2015 at 1:35 am

    What are the dimensions of the quilt. I like that the fabrics you used makes it a gender neutral quilt. Not everyone wants to know what they are having before the little one is born.

  2. Lyn November 21, 2015 at 2:12 pm

    Love the quilt and the fabric! Love fat quarter friendly quilt patterns. Thank you Lyn

  3. Lynn November 20, 2015 at 8:51 pm

    You always put such a diffetent spin on your quilts. Such an unusual fabri choice for a baby quilt, but looks great.

  4. Jamie November 20, 2015 at 10:16 am

    I just love this quilt!!!! It caught my eye right away with that seedling line of fabric. I have the purple bird print and now need to add some other prints to my stash to make something gorgeous! Your quilt is inspirational!

  5. Maja November 19, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    Oh, this is lovely! I agree, this pattern looks perfect along with big bold prints. Great!

  6. Kirsty@Bonjourw November 19, 2015 at 9:05 pm

    Nice work Angie (and Raylee!) I agree, I never would have thought mustard and eggplant (except on a toasted sandwich) but they look great together. And who can go past a stripe for binding… not me!

  7. Cori November 19, 2015 at 12:16 pm

    Love this quilt! The fabric is awesome! Beautiful!