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Scattered as 2 Baby Quilts

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Scattered is a perfect quilt in any size and I just finished 2 baby quilts using the pattern. We had a beautiful day so I took them outside and hung them on our fence. My trusty sidekick Rusty approves!

Scattered as 2 baby quilts and Rusty the dog

I had some black and white fabrics that worked for the backings. This one is a small paisley-type design and I used leftover fabrics from the quilt to make a rainbow binding. I really like the binding on this one!

Scattered baby quilt with a print backing

I had a neat black and white dotted fabric that I used as the backing on this one. I also used more of the backing fabric for the binding. I’m not sure how I like this one.

Dot binding on another Scattered baby quilt

Here is the back, I forgot to fold over the backing on the front like I did the other quilt.

Back of the Scattered dot baby quilt
Scattered quilt with dot binding

It was windy, I always think it is neat to see a quilt billowing in the wind.

Wind blowing the quilt hanging on the fence

If you missed my first post about the Scattered baby quilts, you can read it here.

Looks like Rusty has a big grin on his face! He likes the quilts!

Rusty the dog with the Scattered baby quilts

Scattered as 2 Baby Quilts

These would be cute for a baby and make excellent picnic quilts.

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Scattered baby quilts in the grass for a picnic

I have now finished 2 of my quilt projects for November! Which one do you like the best?

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14 Comments

  1. They are both beautiful, Rusty is right to be smiling with two such joyful quilts. Love them.

  2. Hi Connie, the quilts are beautiful; just bought the pattern! And Rusty looks so happy! He deserves the great home that you are giving him. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
    Blessings, Stacia

  3. I need to turn my clock back a couple years to catch up on all my sewing. Turning them backis always fun – losing them in Spring is the hard part! Love this stained glass look and the pattern is so well written! Thanks and thanks to the Model Extraordinaire!

  4. Beverly A says:

    Love them both! I love bright beautiful colors.

  5. Patricia Cook says:

    Rusty looks so happy. You can put me in the weight gain category, too! Fozzie is shaped like a little football and Graci is getting a little plump. Maggie is still hanging in there. I, too, love setting the clocks back. Hate having to set them ahead. I just wish they would leave the time alone. Hope your cardiology visit goes well. Take care.

  6. Mary Davidson says:

    They are both so pretty!! I love making scrappy binding…the perfect finishing touch. Rusty does look like he’s smiling.

  7. Both quilts are beautiful as are all your projects. This is one of your many patterns that I have purchased because I admire your creativity. I also love your meandering quilting and am only hoping to be able to do this one day myself.
    Rusty is becoming such a beloved star.

  8. Love them both, Connie! I think the scrappy binding is so much fun and really goes well with the colors in the quilt. Great to see little Rusty. I hope his checkup goes well. Have a great week, Connie!

    1. Your work is beautiful as always Connie!
      Love seeing Rusty too!

  9. The quilts are so beautiful! I love the bright colors. Rusty is one lucky dog! He has a great doggy mother.

  10. Rusty looks like he’s smiling! Great baby quilts. They are so bright and pretty in those fabrics.

  11. Beautiful and such vivid colors! The black fabric really makes the colors in the quilts pop. Rusty looks so happy! I love seeing him in your photos. He’s the perfect sidekick. What a wonderful life you’ve given him.

  12. Great quilts, Connie! And I always love seeing pictures of your sweet Rusty ~

  13. Vicki in MN says:

    Connie they are just so fun and vibrant, love them!!