One side of the quilt is a meter and a half (or apprx. 60 inches) cut of Sandi Henderson's Farmer's Market
and the other side uses the pieced strip with a solid pink flannel. Now as quick and easy as the piecing went, it took me a little thinking time to figure out how to quilt it. I came up with a continuous, large flower design. Here you can see a close-up of my quilting.
I used a variegated pink thread to freehand machine quilt flowers to cover the baby quilt (along with a few intervals of stipple quilting to cover the corners and quilt edges).Once I had finished the quilt completely, I tossed it into the washing machine. Normally, I pre wash all my fabrics before starting, but not this time. The last two photos along with the first photo in this post show the quilt after I washed it. The fabrics shrank a bit but thankfully, in a good way. I love the softer, crinkly look it now has. Can you see how much more texture the quilt has when compared with the middle photos?