With my deep affection for teal and orange fabrics it's no wonder that I drawn to the two of these collections. I'm so glad I was able to pull them together into one baby quilt! And use up part of my jelly roll.... although I still have a bunch of strips leftover so more jelly roll pondering in my future.
I didn't wash it but I can imagine it with all its crinkly quilty goodness. That pop of hot pink gets me every time! And darn it, I do love plaid, I was just telling my hubby that I need more good plaid in my life... err, stash.
With all of the busy prints in this quilt I chose a solid binding from Art Gallery Elements. The backing is by Kate Spain's Joy collection in Mint - although it was part of a holiday collection, it goes perfectly with this spring baby quilt!
I've been a meandering machine lately and again did a meandering quilting pattern. I'm still perfecting my meandering - the pattern is so quick and universal that I just want to do it over and over!!
If you are wanting to make your own jelly roll squares quilt the center squares are 2.5 inches, followed by 6.5 strips and then 10.5 strips. It does require 'squaring up' after each square is complete. This baby quilt measures 40x40 and goes together super fast!