Thursday, December 8, 2016

City Sampler Baby Quilt


This past summer I finally got around to using 25 of the 100 Tula Pink City Sampler Blocks.
I truly loved making these blocks! Each block was so different and so easy to follow along...except one that I had a dickens of a time with.

I chose 25 of the blocks that were similar in colors to make into a baby boy quilt.
No baby in mind, but perhaps a future grandbaby!
I now have 2 baby quilts patiently waiting for a grand entrance!




Quilted with a simple wavy stitch from side to side.
Bound in a blue and white polka dot.

I still have 75 City Sampler blocks that need a project.

I showed this quilt to a friend over the summer.
She loved it and after a bit of hesitation, she offered to buy it for $30 for a nephew.

She left empty-handed.





3 comments:

  1. it's lovely! I started making the Tula blocks and made 2 then forgot about it! I'm glad your friend left empty handed, $30 is insulting!

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  2. Those fabrics are sooooooooooooooooooooooooo wonderful! People just do not know the amount of work, fabric, thread, and love that goes into these quilts....crazy.

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  3. 30 dollars! Your friend obviously never tried making a quilt. So many people think they should be priced like blankets.
    Your Tula blocks made a great baby quilt Kathy! By all means, store a few up for future grandchildren. I still have a couple i'm making for our granddaughter Eden.

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