I finished the Scottie quilt just in time for the baby shower for Dearest Daughter #3 just in time for the shower yesterday. I think it came out really cute and she just loved it--all the colors and accent colors of the nursery. And Scotties--what's not to love about Scotties. (The kids had one growing up, too.)
The fabric is a jelly roll from Riley Blake's Sweet Baby Girl line and the pattern was purchased on Etsy. It's "Scotties" by QuiltsbyElena.com; which is quite the coincidence given that the grandbaby will be named Elaina. This was a super fun quilt to do; very easy--a beginner familiar with 1/2 square triangles could do it. I'm a slow sewer with limited sewing opportunity and put this together in about 2½ months. It measures 49 inches square--handy for crib, playpen, or rolling on the floor. She's leaning toward hanging it on the wall, though.
Going to take a break now and do some garment sewing--probably for fall, though it still is hot here. Ah, possibilities--one of the joys of sewing! Are you fall sewing yet?
Have a great day!