Here is the one that went to Baby A at the end of January. I found the pattern doing a search on Pinterest but guess who didn't pin the pattern. Yep, me and now I cannot find the exact pattern.
How I created this quilt was to cut a the 5" squares in half, which are also known as a charm pack. I then chain stitched them to a 2-1/2" WOF white solid. After completing all the chain stitching, I used my rotary cutter to make the white strips 2-1/2" wide. All that is left is stitching the 2-1/2" strips together in rows, alternating the white square to opposite sides. These rows have another 2-1/2" strip between them and a colorful border added to complete the quilt.
One thing I do like to do when making a baby quilt is to make sure it does not get wider than 41 inches. Keeping this under this measurement mark keeps me from piecing the back of the quilt. I can just buy straight yardage in a fun print for the back. Usually I can purchase less than 1-1/2 yards for the back. Thanks to Meredith, my local quilt shop owner for this handy tip.
The next quilt is in my gift closet waiting for the arrival of another little baby boy. I do have a pattern for you and it is called Storytime Squares Quilt which I did make one change. Her pattern calls for 5-1/2" squares, I used another charm pack (5" squares). I did have to adjust the length of the white borders.
My draping on the chair, doesn't give a clear picture of this quilt but you get the idea.
And a close-up of the quilting on this one.