Duckie Crossing in THE QUILTER (March 2011)

This particular issue of The Quilter magazine is a special one because it marks the magazine’s 22nd birthday!  Happy Birthday, The Quilter – and kudos as always to the editorial staff!

I am most pleased with how my Duckie Crossing quilt was photographed for feature in the March 2011 of The Quilter.

Photo from The Quilter Magazine

I have designed the quilt with the intention that the quilt will be USED!  Thus the simple but cute blocks with a colorway that can work for either a baby boy or baby girl.  The fabrics are from Quilting Treasures’ Popcorn the Bear – Bear Necessities fabric line.



Quilting was done totally free-motion over Hobbs’ Tuscany Wool batt with Aurifil Mako 50 Cotton thread:

Quilt kits are available at Heartbeat Quilts.  My sample quilt will also be displayed there!

True to my original intent, Miss Baby will definitely be using this quilt!

Thanks for stopping by.  Have a lovely day! *QUACK*

12 thoughts on “Duckie Crossing in THE QUILTER (March 2011)

  1. Congratulations on having your quilt in the anniversary issue. I can’t wait to pick up the issue. This pattern will look great in a variety of color combinations. I’m sure Miss Baby will make good use of it.

  2. Lovely Wendy. Is the quilt in the magazine the same one in your photographs? The one in the magazine looks like it has blue trim and the other two photos look like a lavender trim…
    Thinking of you…

  3. I especially like this quilt. Baby quilts are my kind of quilt. Don’t take long to make and it still gives one the feeling of accomplishment.

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