Friday, November 21, 2008

red + green: not just for Christmas anymore

My friend Ashleigh is having a baby girl very soon. Her baby loves bright colors. And florals. I hope.
*Fabric is from Heather Bailey's Pop Garden line.

21 comments:

Courtney said...

that is a very lucky baby!

Becky said...

Orange you Glad.. . we're "green" with envy! (sorry, couldn't resist). Of course the baby loves bright colors and florals as they are simply irresistible. Nice legs, too.

Kara Jayne said...

I was just going to try to email you and ask you where you get your darling fabric?!! I have had the hardest time finding a great quilt/fabric shop here. They were everywhere in Utah, Kentucky, and even Wisconsin!! HELP!! Oh, and we need to go out again soon. Tell Mark to call Paul and set it up!

Sarah said...

Kara,
Zoe's trunk in Chandler is great. I buy most everything online though. reprodepot.com, fatquartershop.com, hancocks-paducah.com, equilter.com, fabric.com, purlsoho.com, i could go on and on.com.

Melanie said...

That quilt is beautiful I am telling you I am tempted to get prego in hopes I would get one of these :) you are so talented

Sarah said...

ah shucks, thanks.

Sarah said...

And Kara,
yes, we ought to get together soon.

Nancy said...

I love that line, so fun to see it put to use, amazing as always! I also like your unique quilt hanger!

Elizabeth said...

Sarah, it's so cute..er, pretty...um, wonderful. That's it, WONDERFUL!

What a great, special quilt. I'm sure it will be a treasured keepsake.

Aimee's Family Journal said...

Awww!

Gina and David said...

So pretty Sarah. I love it.

Melissa said...

Seriously LOVE it!

Deb said...

Beautiful!

abby said...

if i wasn't your sister i would try really hard to be your friend so i could get a quilt when i had a baby. it's true. this one is so cute.

JenJ said...

who wouldn't love it!
I need a cool hobby. Maybe you could give me lessons...problem is, I don't have your innate good taste.

Sarah said...

jen,
do you really need something new to do? Are the 5, almost 6, kids not keeping you busy enough?

And thank you.

Lindsay Kay said...

I'm sure Ashleigh loves it! If she doesn't I'll take it.:)

Rachel said...

Yet another beautiful quilt! Would you please share your pattern?

Thanks!! :)

Anne said...

I was looking at all of the blog posts I've bookmarked in the last few months and came across this one. I got a bit excited because I used several of these fabrics on my quilt that I have yet to see.

I have a question for you. These fabrics can get to be very expensive, which kind of makes it difficult for me to justify making more quilts. Do you know of anywhere I might find these awesome designer fabrics at a discount?

Sarah said...

Anne,
I wish there was a great discount source for these fun fabrics. There are certain sites I visit regularly, and sometimes, when the fabric is out of production, they go on sale. The best source for comparing prices is www.quiltshops.com. It pulls up many different quilt shops and you can search by fabric line. Multiple stores will come up and everything they have from that line will be pictured.

Hope that helps.

Sarah said...

Rachel,
It's called Yellow Brick Road.