Sailor quilt

Sailor quilt

I have decided to enrich my Etsy shop with more baby quilts, and stop producing pouches and other accessories. So for a fresh start a pulled out one of my favorite fabric lines!

Meet the Sailor quilt!

I designed this panel quilt using paper and pencil…simple and easy. I have been thinking of writing a pattern for it but for now, I will keep on making more baby quilts for the shop.

A really fun quilt for a newborn baby boy, to be used as a crib quilt, a playmat or even on the wall as nursery decor.

This quilt is for sale in my ETSY SHOP. SOLD

Details for this listing here:

Sailor quilt

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Quilt Process

Designed, pieced, quilted and hand-binded by me.
Quilt dimensions: 40” x 42” (102 x 107 cm)
 
Materials used
  • Quilt front: “Out to sea” by Sarah Jane (Michael Miller Fabrics)
  • Backing: Pure white backing
  • Binding: Navy blue stripe cotton
  • Batting: 80% cotton, 20% polyester
Date made: 27.10.2014 – 2.11.2014
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 News from The Quilt Codex

The Quilt Codex

This week I published a couple of new blocks at my YouTube Channel. Hop over to meet my channel!!

Sheep Fold quilt block Tutorial
E-Z Quilt block Tutorial

This Week’s statistics

Living Room quilt: currently being quilted
Dresden quilt: almost on the finish line. I will hopefully finish it before Christmas
Christmas placemats: secret gift project
Swoon quilt: an endless WIP
Snowball quilt: currently being pieced
Floral triangle quilt: Finished!
Videos made: Domino

Summary of this week stats
Completed projects – 2
New projects – 1
Currently in progress – 4
Now it is your turn! Hop over at Freshly Pieced and take a peek on how everyone else is doing.

WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced

Also linking over to Crazy Mom Quilts for a perfect Finish It Up Friday!

Welcome to Zarkadia Quilting Co.!

Quilts are the most intimate and personal of objects. They connect us with each other to the primal ground of the bed-the place we spend half our lives; where we are born, sleep, have sex, and die; the place where we replenish ourselves and dream our dreams; the place of nurture and healing, where we retreat in sickness and frailty; and the place where we receive the comfort and care of those who love us.

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One Comment
Shelley Folkerts
November 26, 2014 3:09 am

Your Sailor quilt is quite cute. Neat fabric line.

Love to read your comments!