This quilt is very special to me because it's going to be for my daughter's first big girl bed. Yeah, I'm probably crazy making a 2 year old a quilt. But if you could see how much she loves, "mommy's quilts", you would understand. Every time I bring one out she rolls herself up in it or comes to grab an end and help me hold it up. So I knew she had to have one for her bed.
Vive La France line, I knew I had the fabrics I wanted. And then I saw Monica Solorio-Snow's Rectangle Reverie. It was exactly what I was looking for!! Everything came together so well.
If anyone has tips for photographing large quilts, I'd love to hear them! I struggle every time.
Here's a closeup of some of my favorite fabrics.
The amazing Margaret quilted this for me. She found a design that looks like a Fleur-de-lis that was perfect for this quilt. Here's a close up of her work.
As usual, I pieced my label into the backing.
I know this quilt will probably get some serious heavy use, but I'm happy with that. I know it will be well loved! In fact, she's already asking to set up her big girl bed so she can use it!
Pattern: Rectangle Reverie
Fabrics: A mixture but mostly Robert Kaufman Vive La France and Moda's Lily and Will
Quilted by: Mainely Quilts of Love
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