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!

Happy Sewing,


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