Cot quilt in turquoise and yellow

Cot quilt in turquoise and yellow

Snow’s cot quilt Cutting and sewing triangles for a cot quilt is a bit trickier and needs a bit more care – for me that means no rushing!  Wasn’t easy when I had 4 quilts to make in a month. Reverse side for this cot quilt For the reverse side of this quilt I used a design in yellow with green circles and finished it off with the same material for the binding. I used some variegated Perle 12 for this quilt, which I think adds a bit of interest to the hand stitching. You might like to check the other cot quilt I finished recently, in pinks and greys.  ...
Cot quilt in pinks and greys

Cot quilt in pinks and greys

Baby girl cot quilt in pinks and greys Two of my favourite colour combinations for a cot quilt is pink and grey and the other combination I like is green and pink. Here is a quick and easy cot quilt I put together for a friend’s new baby girl in England.  I choose to make some large rectangles using the pinks and greys I had and to separate them with white.  I then hand stitched, using a grey perle every white rectangle. This is the part I really enjoy doing as it’s so relaxing.  In fact, at the time I was making this one and another, was when a friend was in hospital.  I would sit there and sew whilst she drifted in and out of sleep.       Cot quilt reverse side For the back  I used a cute patterned material and finished off with a plain pink border.  Check out the photo at the top of this page.   I really like the freshness of this cot...