Chocolate Covered Raspberries

My daughter’s preschool is having a silent auction, and I volunteered to make a baby quilt.  I love baby quilts, because they are quick to make and oh so satisfying.

I chose 2 charm packs of Sultry by Basic Grey for Moda and set them 8 x 10.

No matter how many quilts I do and new styles I try, I absolutely love the simplicity of the 5 inch squares.  It’s probably quiltmaking at its simplest, but I’m so drawn to these quilts.

The post wash measurements are 33 x 42.




The back of the quilt is white muslin, and I quilted with Sulky Blendables Vintage Rose (#4030) thread.

6 comments to Chocolate Covered Raspberries

  • Rachel

    Thanks Jen! When this fabric line first came out I’ll admit that I wasn’t sure about it. Seeing it on the computer definitely doesn’t do it justice!!!! I absolutely adore the fabrics now, and I just wish I had bought more charm packs…gotta love those charm packs!!!! 😉

  • Rachel

    Jen-I accidentally deleted your comment…sorry!!!

    Jen’s reposted comment: Love it! I made one almost EXACTLY the same for my daughter! My first quilt that I made, actually! I love the Sultry fabrics!

  • Jen

    no problem!

    Yeah, that the problem with this fabric….pictures truly don’t ever do it justice! The fabric is one of the most beautiful lines I’ve ever seen! And I think the patchwork quilts made with this are so beautiful because they showcase all the fabrics! What a gorgeous quilt!

  • Linda Yokelson

    Your quilt is luscious! What a wonderful way to use the fabrics. Congratulations. Whomever wins this one will be very lucky indeed. Thanks for sharing your work. Someday I will figure out how to get pix up!

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