I really like this baby quilt!

SteepleHouse Studio

My sister wasn’t the only one to welcome a new little one. We also added a niece to our family this summer and where there’s a baby girl, there’s PINK.

Tickled Pink Baby Quilt

I so enjoyed digging through my collection of scraps to put together this scrappy treasure. As I worked, I reminisced about what project each scrap had come from or where I bought it. I just fell in love with the overall color scheme. That’s why I called it tickled pink. The “scrappy” process took a bit longer but I really enjoyed both it and the results!

The piecing pattern came from Elizabeth Hartman’s The Practical Guide to Patchwork: New Basics for the Modern Quiltmaker.

Detail of Tickled Pink

You can just make out the flower pattern I used in the quilting. I did it with a walking foot using a modified figure eight. Free template and tutorial available. Click here.

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  1. janelle says:

    Dear Country By Design,
    I don’t mind if you share this with your readers, just please give me credit for the original post – and it looks like you did. 🙂 Thank you so much for linking back to my blog.
    -Janelle (Steeplehouse Studio)

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