A Scrumptious Toddler Quilt #finishitfebruary

I LOVE that I finished this quilt!  I started this a couple of years ago when my older girl was moving from her crib to her toddler bed.  Now it’s done thanks to this post on Ginger Makes!  I was inspired to finish one of my UFO’s in February!

Scrumptious Toddler Quilt #finishitfebruary

I used a charm pack and yardage from Moda’s Scrumptious by Bonnie and Camille.  The colors are just beautiful!  I also like the vintage feel of the flower design.

Scrumptious Toddler Quilt #finishitfebruary

I remember it took me awhile to figure out what type of pattern I was going to do, and I settled on this simple design.  I really wanted to use all of the charm squares and not much else.  I picked up the off white fabric from a store that is now closed, but it’s so incredibly soft and gives the quilt a very clean look.

Scrumptious Toddler Quilt #finishitfebruary

I opted to use another print from the Scrumptious line for the backing over a more simple backing.  I figure it can be reversible depending on her mood.  The bias binding I attached and hand stitched with a ladder stitch using the techniques in these videos.  When I found these videos several years ago, I was so crazy happy because I really liked the simple way that she attaches the binding and miters the corners.

Scrumptious Toddler Quilt #finishitfebruary

I didn’t prewash any of the fabric because I wanted that crinkled quilt look, so here it is after washing.  I’m going to be adding some pillows soon, but for now, it’s done for #finishitfebruary!  Big bonus, she fell asleep like 5 minutes after covering herself with the blanket!!!  She loves it 🙂

Did you finish any UFO’s this month?

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