Last year at this time I was pitching all my "should-do's" aside to hurry up and make Little Pea a baby quilt. That project quickly turned into 2 baby quilts since I decided to make one for the Peanut as well. Working on all the flowery girlie goodness was just what I needed during January and February when it is grey and dismal outside.
No more babies are on my horizon and there seems to be a small break in the baby delivering parade of my friends. Lucky me that my friend Lindsay decided to provide me with a project for her little darling, Zoe. Lindsay tried her hand at choosing fabric for a quilt for the very first time, didn't she do a great job? She stuck with mostly Moda's Fandango and a great pink floral for the back that caught her eye.
Choosing fabric for someone can be the most fun but also the most stressful part of this kind of project for me. When I opened up the fabric bundle from Lindsay, my very first thought was that I could not have picked a set of fabrics that fits her personality any better if I had tried. I guarantee my photo doesn't do them justice and I confess that little stack has been adorning my fireplace mantle as colorful inspiration for a few days.
This weekend will be time to dig in and I can't wait!