Cot quilt #2

Still using the fat quarter bundle of African animal/primary colour prints I decided that simple sashed blocks were the go, using up the 1.5" strips I had cut from the first cot quilt. 
I really liked the white/red polka dot fabric I found in my stash, so sashed all the blocks using this to make the quilt a bit bigger.
These are all elephant prints, super cute!
I was one block short, so fussy cut from one of the other prints.
This quilt needed a border in my option and I when I was on a day trip to Warrnambool with my mother (to visit their quilt show), I found this amazing lime chevron was on sale, so I brought the rest of the bolt!
Happy quilting Sue.


  1. Great little tips and tricks for making a quilt bigger.
    That chevron print frames it beautifully.

  2. You've been so creative how you've used those fabrics. Each quilt bright and cheerful.

  3. This is so fun, with all the elephants on parade in bright, happy colors!That border fabric worked out perfectly, tying into your sashing color. This will certainly create smiles for some lucky recipient!

  4. What a fun quilt! I love the elephants and the chevron border is a perfect finish! ---"Love"

  5. this is a lovely bright quilt, love the dots!

  6. Great purchase, and lovely finish again.

  7. Love those bright colored prints. Just a lot of fun. Took a peek at your previous blog. More of those great bright colors. Wonderful


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