26 modern meadow stripe quilt.

6.16.2010

A Modern Meadow stripe quilt for a baby boy.  (I got tired of waiting.)
Quilted with straight lines about 3/8" away from the edges of each row.
Compete with a pieced back in the same fabrics...
and bound with Kona Raffia.  With a little label at the bottom.
I used Kona Raffia, Midnight, Aqua, Olive, and Snow on both sides to coordinate with the prints.

This one is off to my cousin who is having a baby this month.

26 comments:

  1. Holly, it turned out so nice- I think your cousin is going to love it :) I love all the solid Kona colors that you've mixed in with the patterns, and I love the simple quilting- very modern and chic!

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  3. Beautiful quilt! I love the solids you chose.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful, Holly!

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  5. Oh my gosh! That looks fantastic, Holly!! :)

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  6. I love the new colors for boys. Your quilt came out perfectly!

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  7. This is wonderful! I love how you incorporated such a variety of colors and patterns, but everything is still perfectly coordinated. Beautiful!

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  8. Stunning quilt! You did such a great job!

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  9. Aw, that is so cute. Good job!

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  10. Wow, really really good job! I can't wait for you to open a store :)

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  11. Holly, another wonderful quilt. I would love to get into quilting like this...someday! Meanwhile I'll just soak in this loveliness.

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  12. really cute! It's so sophisticated. I like the solids mixed in there.

    and I can relate to getting tired of waiting for Mr. Quilt holder! :)

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  13. I love it! It's so hard to make a good "manly" quilt but you hit the nail on the head with this one!

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  14. Absolutely gorgeous, and perfect for a baby boy!

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  15. Very striking. I like it - especially the pieced back.

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  16. Very classy, and how nice to see a boy quilt that is not all cars and sports! Though I have made a cars one myself and loved it :-)

    Nice work!

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  17. this is so stunning and so masculine.

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  18. Beautiful quilt! I found you over at Creature Comforts. I just introduced myself over there and am now taking a hop on over to all the blogs of others who left a post at the "meet&greet". Happy to meet you. Adding you to my follows and look forward to more of your updates.

    Sarah

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  19. Wow, I love this! It's classy and modern at the same time. It's a great baby blanket. I'd be very happy to get that as a gift anyway...maybe I'll save this idea for my cousin...just gotta find out what she's having first!
    kelli

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  20. Hey there! I am a admirer and follower of your blog- great stuff! Today I blogged about some of the inspiration behind my latest fabric "indulgences", and just wanted to let you know I included this quilt as one of them :-) If you want to check out the post, it is at:

    http://ocd-obsessivecraftingdisorder.blogspot.com/2010/07/stash-additions-and-ramblings-of-fabric.html

    Have a great day!
    Kristie

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  21. Oh, yum, yum! Just gorgeous! Thanks for sharing your inspirational work!

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  22. So great! I'm loving the simplicity of this and would really love to know how wide your strips are... I am working on my first quilt right now and I really love that concept.

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