A bit of idle curiosity inspired me to wonder how many humidicrib quilts I have made over the years. I think I photographed most of them.
Let’s see …
This mini quilt is truly gender neutral, I think.
I think I will name this cat Marmalade until its new owners claim it.
Of course, a bicycle pattern needs bicycle-print fabric.
I quilted this one in an all-over stipple.
I quilted in the ditch around the panda and bamboo, and then filled in the background with swirls.
Can you see the pattern or are you just going cross-eyed?
I raided my scrap bag of 2½-inch squares.
Each square in this tiny quilt top is only one inch across.
I quilted this one in loops.
Each square in this quilt is only one inch across. The finished quilt top is 16 x 24 inches.
With two blocks and a bit of extra fabric as filler, I had a humidicrib cover.
I had to flip a coin to decide between cherry and strawberry cake.
Big loopy quilting and a navy blue binding finished this one.
Purple, purple and more purple!
I quilted paw prints again here, as I did on the other doggy-themed humidicrib cover.
This humidicrib quilt’s design is a modified version of a little quilt in the Design Collective’s book Little Birds.
My humidicrib quilt for February is all about green and frogs.
The dog is a mustardy yellow. Does that make it a golden retriever puppy?
This was my first humidicrib quilt. The lion picture came from one of my favourite sources of inspiration, a colouring book.
They are hard to see in this photo, but I did quilt paws into the background.
I ended up using grey binding as it had fairy-tale text, which seemed appropriate.
This sheep was also inspired by a colouring book.
I am proud of my quilting here! I stitched in the ditch around the boat and then quilted waves on the sea and windy swirls in the sky.
The appliqué design for this quilt comes from the fabric I used in the binding.
My favourite part is the cloud print in the background. It is subtle, but it is so appropriate.
And that adds up to … lots!
One was made as a nursery wall-hanging for my Spanish teacher. The others all were donated to a local hospital’s neotatal unit.
I wonder whether I have forgotten any.
Any favourites among the bunch?