Sassy Sixteen, Crib Size

Today I finished the top of the baby quilt I’m making for my friend who is about to become a grandmother for the first time. She wanted a crib quilt for her house in pastels. I don’t do pastels well so I had to add the rose color for some interest.

I used Kimberly Camou’s pattern, Sassy Sixteen, and then found that it was really too big for a baby quilt so I took off one column and one row and now it is the perfect size (42″ x 54″). Plus I have enough blocks left over for a second quilt. Here’s the finished top. Just need to do the sandwich (groan) and the quilting. Does anybody out there like sandwiching and basting??? Or is it just me…

I used the fabric packs I got at the Old Country Store in Intercourse, PA. It’s the Simplicity line from 3 Sisters for Moda. This top went together in just few hours. I’ll definitely be using this pattern alot. Thanks Kimberly.

2 thoughts on “Sassy Sixteen, Crib Size

  1. I can’t imagine that anyone likes sandwiching and basting – well, I can at least testify that I don’t! I love the Sassy Sixteen quilt and your fabric choice couldn’t have been any better. Well done.

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