Sunday, February 10, 2019

Something New

I am trying something new 
on the yellow and gray baby quilt 
that is in the works.

I have put tags on baby quilts before
sewn into the binding.

Here ...

and here ... 

But I have never before sewn them into the blocks.

I saw the tags included in the center of the quilt here first ... 

It looked like a fun addition to a baby quilt.

Sew I decide to try this idea.

I am sewing a different pattern but it includes four-patch units.

I chose to sew in the tags on twelve four patch blocks.

Because I want to make sure these do not rip out when the little fingers
start pulling at them,
I double stitched these block seams.

This quilt will be posted soon.

I am really enjoying these sunny colors.



  1. What a great idea! Pretty colors!

  2. WOW! That is superb. Great idea to double stitch them. I know that little ones can really yank on things. I had long hair when each of my children were born and it went into a pony tail at the nape of the neck most of the time. Hair was easily clutched by little hands and with the sweatty little hands it was a mess to get my hair out of their grasps. The bright cheery gold and black is adorable and I love the gray pups with them, too. Some parents are going to be thrilled.

  3. That looks interesting. Looking forward to the reveal. ;^)

  4. Cute. I love those sunny colours too.

  5. What a great idea!! I have two grands due this summer and I need to make them each one of these!!!

  6. Hi Pat! Thanks so much for the shoutout and I'm thrilled you ran with the idea. I looks forward to seeing the full reveal but I LOVE what I'm seeing so far. My five-week-old great-niece has no interest in those tags yet on the quilt I made, but her 17-month-old brother loves them! Either way, I know the quilt will be used. ~smile~ Roseanne

  7. I really like the fabrics you are using for this quilt. I am a musician so I especially like the music fabric for the tags. Looking forward to the reveal.

  8. I don't follow Roseanne's blog, but stop in on occasion. Totally missed that technique! It worked really well in the baby quilts you've made. Thanks for sharing!


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