Dr Language
Project

Quickie baby shower present

Made with a Lily & Loom Work Zone Classic Primary panel and one charm pack, knotted with embroidery thread for cuddliness, and then bound and backed in a blue solid. Perfect for a last minute baby shower.

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Project Description

Made with a Lily & Loom Work Zone Classic Primary panel and one charm pack, knotted with embroidery thread for cuddliness, and then bound and backed in a blue solid. Perfect for a last minute baby shower.

Q&A with Dr Language

andreawat16916194 asked:
What size is this? And price?
Dr Language answered:
It is the length of the panel. If you want it longer, just add some matching fabric on each end. The price is just the combination of the price of the fabrics for you to make it.
Bwithmecreations asked:
Can you email me a copy of the pattern for the lily and loom work zone quilt at brian216@me.com Thanks
Dr Language answered:
Not much of a pattern, really. The center bit is a panel. Along both sides, I arranged two packages of matching charm packs. The rows of charm packs were a bit longer than the panel, so I evened them off once they were sewn on. I layered the top with the baby batting and a 44" wide matching length of yardage, attached with quilter's knots using a curved needle and various matching colors of embroidery thread, trimmed, and bound with the same material I used for the backing. I've done this with other panels and charm packs with colorful, quick, fun results. One was a panel for The Very Hungry Caterpillar, with strips of extra matching material on the top and bottom for extra length, and charm pack squares in two rows on each side, and again knotted. A copy of the book was included with the baby quilt. Have fun!

Skill Level

Beginner