Ok, I don’t really mean a battle, per se, I just love alliteration. (If you haven’t noticed.)
Years ago, I fell head over heels in love with “Sugar and Spice” a quilt that Kathy Mack featured on her Pink Chalk Studio blog. See what I mean? It is so adorable…
Kathy used Tracy Brookshier’s Bento Box pattern, and I just was so enamored with this quilt on Kathy’s blog, I immediately bought the pattern…and spent so much money on pink and orange fat quarters, I am embarrassed to tell you how much.
Here’s the full, frontal view of Kathy’s quilt:
I never did make the Bento Box quilt with all that pink and orange fabric, but I did finally have a reason to make a Bento Box quilt–my colleague Rhianna Griffin had a baby boy end of last year. So at the International Quilt Festival/Cincinnati this past spring, I bought some really cute boyish fabrics from the Anna Griffin fabric booth, combined them with some Marcia Derse fabrics, and this past weekend I finally finished Rhianna’s baby quilt:
If you are looking to make a baby quilt, this is really a terrific pattern. It’s easy, fun to make, and I wanted to give this specifically to Rhianna, New Media Coordinator, because the pattern reminds me of a QR code!
And yes, Kathy and I really aren’t battling. See? We are very friendly with each other…
Hope everyone has a GREAT 4th of July! I hope to stitch and relax in my backyard. Hope you have some quilting plans!
I just love it! And I know that baby Griffin will too. Can’t wait to show it to him! And since you mentioned it, it does look a little like a QR code. How apropos!
Great baby gift!
Beautiful!! Bento boxes are one of my favorite patterns. I’m sure the baby will absolutely love it!
I love this quilt and am definetly going to try and make one. I recently bought some beautiful fabric