Friday, October 11, 2013

charley harper baby quilt tutorial


I feel so lucky that I was able to work with another one of Birch Fabric's wonderful fabric lines.  This one is Charley Harper - this line is filled with absolutely adorable prints and several lovely blenders.  I'm sure it would come as no surprise to those of you who regularly read about my projects that I would choose to highlight the novelty prints!  The tutorial for this quilt is on the Birch Fabrics blog (click here) and you can see the whole line by clicking here - I think it is coming out later this month!


24 comments:

  1. So adorable. I caught my breath the first time I saw this!

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  2. So happy to see something made with this fabric....beautiful job Beth, I love it!

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  3. Great use of fabrics and pattern. It's super modern and very cute.

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  4. Now that is so sweet! I absolutely adore that squirrel. The blue binding is a perfect frame. Great job and thanks for sharing the tutorial, Beth.

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  5. What a wonderful pattern. The fabric is perfect for this project.

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  6. Cute! Cute! Cute! Love this fabric line!

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  7. Oh sweet! I like the binding as well.

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  8. Thank you so much for the tutorial. It's a really great way of showing off these special fabrics.

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  9. beautiful little baby quilt, and great tutorial, Beth!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  10. So, so sweet. Your design is so open and clean, which shows off the awesome illustrations in the fabrics instead of competing with them. (and that pop of yellow solid framing the bluebird!) Fighting the urge to hoard this fabric for any future babies of mine. ;)

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  11. I just love your baby quilts - simple designs but so stunning :-)

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  12. This is stunning, we were introduced to Charley Harpers work last year and my daughter loves it, this fabric will have to go on the wish list!

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  13. Great tutorial! This is definitely a line I want to hoard for possible future babies!

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  14. I love a good novelty fabric too, nothing wrong with that! This looks great, and lucky you. :o)

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  15. Great pattern and perfect use of those sweet fabrics :)

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  16. I love this patten! it highlights the novelty prints so beautifully

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  17. Yah! That cardinal is so sweet.

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  18. What a wonderful quilt. Love how you have featured the fabrics, Beth.

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  19. This is so pretty and fresh! I love the pattern and those fabrics are awesome!

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  20. i am dying...this is adorable....i want this fabric!!!

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  21. Awesome, Beth! This is a great looking modern baby quilt...I think it would look good in any fabric, but of course it looks so good in these Birch fabrics. Who doesn't love birds? I'm definitely going to have to get the print with the cardinal.

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  22. I just looked to find the fabric and the Finch Sewing Studio has it on Etsy. Now I just have to wait until payday to get it;)

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  23. Hey, I was wondering what the fabric feels like. I've ordered Monaluna and it felt a little thicker or stiffer than regular quilting cotton. Also, do you think a fat quarter is enough of the bird tending the bird in the nest (on blue) to get a good fussy cut? It is hard to tell how big the scale is. Thanks!

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