Quilted, Bound, Delivered WIP

Here's Nearly Insane #1 at 30 1/2" square quilted, bound and on its way to the local Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at our county hospital.  The Nearly Insane blocks were designed as 5 1/2" finished blocks.
The walking foot was used for stitch in the ditch - all
the rest was FMQ - even the lines in the four outer rectangles.

Back of quilt

Go back to first photo for true colors.
What are you working on? Leave a comment or a link to let the readers and me know. I'm linking to some parties myself as found in my tab above and especially to Finished or Not Fridays. Someone gets a fat quarter.



Clare M said…
That's so pretty. Your output is amazing. Well done.
OMGosh Angie! Just lovely work.
Pam said…
Nice quilting job! Love it!
Kat said…
So pretty! Enlarging a nearly insane block wasn't great idea. I love your quilting! I host a linky party at my blog every Wednesday for charity related sewing any time you want to link up I'd love to have you :-)

Chantal L. said…
Congratulations on this charming little finish. Love the quilting work on it. Lovely done. ;^)
margaret said…
a lovely quilt for a tiny baby
Lynette said…
Wait, you're making Nearly Insane blocks blown up to baby quilt size? That is so fun!
tubakk said…
Lovely colors and great quilting. I'm still working on my La Passion, and will do that the rest of this year, too.
Danice said…
All very pretty blocks. I also do not have much aqua fabric for the RSC, lol. Would like to enter your fat quarter giveaway, but cannot figure out how to enter. The text at your top right sidebar isn't a link. Do I enter by joining the link party? Blessings.
Muv said…
Hello Angie,

I love this quilt. The combination of blue, white and cream with a classic block pattern gives a really traditional and comforting look. Such a beautiful quilt for wrapping up a baby.

Thank you for linking up with Free Motion Mavericks!

Love, Muv