I heart this fabric.
I spent my whole childhood packing around bunnies and chickens…dressing them up and pretending they were my babies…so this fabric was irresistibly cute.
When you see the pinks alone they look like they would clash…but when they are together in the quilt they work perfectly.
I made this quilt with 2 charm packs of Posy by Aneela Hoey for Moda, 3 coordinating solids (Tea Rose, Green, and Bunny Hill Pink Bella Solids) and a Riley Blake Green Herringbone that matched perfectly. The solids help the prints stand out a bit.
The quilt is a Disappearing 9 Patch (tutorial here).
To make a 38" x 46" crib quilt like this one you’ll need to start with 99 – 5" squares. Sew the 5" squares into 11 – 9 patches. Then after cutting the 9 patches in half each way you’ll use 42 blocks, laid out in 7 rows of 6 blocks each.
The backing is this adorable light blue print (the color in the pic is horrible!) and the binding is the coordinating pink stripe from the collection.
Just writing this post has me wishing for Spring!