Baby Girl Color Stack Quilt
The Color Stack Quilt pattern is my current go-to pattern for making baby quilts as gifts. The quick cutting, piecing and quilting are a good fit for my busy schedule, and I especially love the design. I also love exploring color and fabric combinations with this pattern. When a dear friend announced another grandbaby on the way, my first thought was of making a baby girl color stack quilt.
I pictured neutrals with soft pastels and started pulling fabrics. The stack was so pretty that I couldn’t resist photos next to my peonies – the perfect combination.
The quilt top is exactly what I hoped it would be: soft and subtle but full of color and movement.
I love the feeling of looking at a quilt top and seeing favorite designers, prints and colors all represented. This baby girl color stack quilt features prints from 2 dozen different designers whose work I admire.
I quilted the baby quilt with straight lines along the seams for no distractions and a really soft quilt.
I hope this quilt will be well used and bring warmth and comfort to a tiny little one.
The backing is a Heather Ross print I’ve been saving, and the binding is an Art Gallery print.
If you’re looking for a baby quilt pattern that only requires a few hours of work, has a modern feel that works for boys or girls, can be made with all sorts of fabrics, and is fun to sew, I hope you’ll check out the Baby Color Stack quilt pattern. Since it includes instructions for both baby and throw sizes, you may end up making one for yourself too!