When I was making my Criss Cross Applesauce quilt I ran into a bit of a problem. I was suppose to be making blocks with the four red corners but ended up making a stack of x blocks instead.
One of the x blocks made its way into the original Criss Cross Applesauce quilt shown above. I didn’t want to waste the remaining blocks so I sewed them into a simple baby quilt.
The quilt is really simple but simple in a cute boy baby kind of way. You might be surprised to know that I used a variegated thread that ranged from navy blue to baby blue to white. I love how it looks.
I did a simple small close stipple and I am very happy with that too. I’ve seen some awesome quilts at Country Threads that were quilted with a small stipple that were amazing. The stipple was even smaller than what I have here. Someday I want to try that.
If you are looking for the pattern, it’s just a variation and can be found in Scraps & Shirttails II: Continuing the Art of Quilting Green.