Monday, January 9, 2012

FO: Fenced Foxes

FO: Fenced Foxes

I seriously love this quilt. The pattern, from Elizabeth Hartman's book, is called Fenced In.

FO: Fenced Foxes

It was very easy to size this down for a baby quilt, but I skipped adding the outside border. I used only Lizzy House Outfoxed prints, purchased from Pink Castle.

FO: Fenced Foxes

I also used stash solids, including Kona Corn Yellow (back), Kona Stone and three greens (not sure which ones) for the binding. I used an emerald green Gutermann thread for the quilting.

Old friends

I think Jessica really loved the new quilt, and it was so much fun seeing old friends at the shower yesterday. From left to right, Kristen, Jessica, me, Julie and Laurie. I've known all but Laurie since elementary school, where we were all girl scouts together! Laurie went to our high school, too.

FO: Fenced Foxes

I know baby Wyatt will enjoy his quilt!

18 comments:

  1. beautiful quilt! i love that solid yellow--i'll have to add it to my list.

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  2. aw, what a sweet quilt! i love the happy greens and yellows.

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  3. It's so cute! I love those colors together!

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  4. That was not my favorite color way of outfoxed, but you have made it sing! Of course, I'm really partial to fenced in too, since it was my very first quilt. I love it Jacey, what a wonderful baby gift.

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  5. Beautiful quilt!! The colors were perfect and I know it will be a much loved quilt!

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  6. What a lovely quilt, so warm and inviting.

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  7. So cute! i love all of it, the colors are fantastic!

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  8. Jacey! Hello and happy new year! I'm slowly getting back into my blog reading after the holiday break and have missed stopping by! Hope you are well - this is a great quilt and that sweet baby will love it!

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  9. Beautiful quilt and I love the colors you picked out.

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  10. So pretty Jacey! Love the colors, such a sweet baby quilt!

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  11. The colors are amazing, and I love the pattern paired with this fabric. That's one lucky baby! I especially like how it looks with your blue wall as a backdrop :)

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  12. Seriously so cute. I love the pattern and the fabric you used. Darling!

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  13. Such a pretty one! We quilters just can't help giving every baby a quilt =). But, yes, the babies are lucky for sure. I still have one made for me long ago.

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  14. that is stunning!! I love the design, I could see that working in a million different combinations. You did an incredible job!

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  15. I sometimes feel like when I comment on every post that I love something, it can start to seem like something other than genuine. But trust me...it is not. With that said, I adore this quilt. The colors work so well together and with that design. I think you did a fabulous job and feel a tad bit envious of that lucky baby!

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  16. What a SWEET little quilt! You finishes SO quickly!!! I LOVE the colors...great fabric line! Well done..You are such a sweet girl:)

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  17. thanks for linking up with us, this was a really incredible finish and i just love it!

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  18. Beautiful quilt! I'm sure baby Wyatt will love it to pieces.

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