Although this little quilt is from wayyy back in the summer, isn't its palette perfectly festive for the holidays?
For this baby quilt, measuring up at about 40x60 inches, I used Film in the Fridge's Converging Corners Block tutorial, one that has been LONG on my to-sew list. I love how the piecing method is improvisational, yet the results are all squared up!
Sometimes, one single fabric inspires my entire fabric pull for a quilt. In this case, this Llama Love print from Monaluna fabrics grabbed me, and the rest is history. I love animal prints, especially when the animals aren't too cartoony. These llamas are just right.
The most wonderful backing possible is some Anna Maria Horner butter-soft flannel, and I was so happy to see that this Pretty Potent print was a great match. The hearts!!
For quilting, I chose to stitch some wavy, organic horizontal lines at varied intervals.
A simple charcoal binding frames all the llamas so nicely!