PKM Picnic Baby quilt using 500 Quilt Blocks

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I really love to make a project before the general public gets their hands on a pattern or fabric.  I guess that shows my competitive nature.  This last week I really needed to destress with a fun project.  And looking at my lovely fabric from Pam on my cutting table surely tempted me.
I was glad to put on my headphones and just sew for a couple hours on Saturday and finish my baby quilt using Pam Kitty Picnic and Lynne and Kerry's pattern book 500 Quilt Blocks. Pam's fabric is just getting ready for shipping and 500 Quilt Blocks has just hit for distribution. 
The pattern was really easy and fun.  I'm not not known for my crisp points.  Don't look closely.
I love Pam's new line.  I want to get some navy yardage (among others!).  Navy is really speaking to me lately. 
I am very impressed with this book.  It is like a pocket reference.  Small and perfect.  
There were lots of blocks I wanted to try out but I decided to make this one first.  I really love all the fabrics Lynne and Kerry used in their book, too.  It helps so much to have a book with cute fabric.

Off to a busy week this week...yet again!  Cannot believe it is November.

-nanette
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Lynn said...

What a darling quilt. Lucky you getting to use that fabric. It looks like an adorable line.

Lurline said...

You are so right about navy, Nanette - in its proper place it can be a real zinger - some really pretty ones here!

Maxine said...

How cute is that. I think Navy is really in right now.

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Oh how fun to get to work with her new line. There are so many of the prints I would love. Your quilt did her fabrics proud. Glad you had some me time.

trish said...

Aww. What a precious baby blanket!! :o)

Thimbleanna said...

Super Cute Nanette! I LOVE how you put the PKM print in the corners. Lucky will be the baby that receives it!

Cynthia said...

What a pretty little quilt! It's funny how a little sewing can be reengergizing. Thanks for the heads up on the sale of Pam Kitty at the Fat Quarter shop, I bought some :)