Squares Askew — Complete!

Posted on April 1st, by Amy in Etsy, finished quilt. 29 comments

I hope that you aren’t getting bored of this pattern! I love the simplicity of it and how I’m able to show off the fabulous prints with this pattern :)

Squares Askew - front

Squares Askew - back

I love the back, almost as much as the front! I even used the alphabet on my machine to make a label – trying to be better about labeling. I stitched it down with my machine too, as it is a baby quilt, and I figure will be washed lots – mine always have been :)

Squares Askew  - close up :)

This will be in my etsy shop soon, it’s a custom order, but I have others if you are interested, and I’m willing to do custom – obviously. he he

I hope you have a good day/evening — no fooling :)

29 thoughts on “Squares Askew — Complete!

  1. SUPER cute, we got this fabric in at the shop and I LOVE it:) The back turned out really well, I’d like to try that on some of my quilts!

  2. Great color combo! And a very fun pattern. I still have to learn how to use the lettering on my new machine to make a label… soon.

  3. Wow! Great blog! I love the last quilt you posted – it’s fabulous! are you in Park City, Utah? I found you on Quilting Qua – and I’m so glad I did! xo, Nan

  4. Yes this is darling! I love how it showcases the prints too. I love being able to do that. Is this a pattern you created?

  5. Amy, it looks great! You picked some great fabrics for this one! Thanks again for the pattern! I’m working on a baby blanket for a brand new cousin using your pattern, and hopefully I’ll have it finished and posted soon!

    Great job!

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