I had originally had a very dark brown as one of the bricks, but it was too dark. So, I cut it up and stripe-pieced some fabrics together and then cut that into bricks. I like it a lot better now.
Here's the label:
I actually dyed some flannel for this quilt. I actually sewed the flannel - that's a first. I don't like flannel.
When I showed my sister Julie this picture - she reminded me that she had told me the baby's colors were pink and chocolate. I had only remembered the pink.
So, I made another trip to the store, bought more flannel and dyed some browns and a really interesting pink tie-dyed. I bought some browns and a printed brown to hurry things along, which was good, because my dark brown looked too much like 'camouflage' and I didn't use it. I even started over with a different focus fabric that ended up on the back.
It all worked out.
And now I have an extra baby quilt - do you know anyone that needs it?
This is the Welcome Quilt: