When Pat Bravo put out a call on Instagram for participants for her upcoming Etno Blog Tour, I chimed in immediately that I'd be interested, and happily, I was chosen! Pat was looking for quick and fun projects, and asked me if I would make a baby quilt.
Etno line is ethnically-inspired with a distinctive mix of tan, aquamarine, golden yellow, aqua, dusty pink, and black. I was sent 10 fat-quarters, a subcategory of the line known as "Dainty Folk"
For quilting, I just love a serpentine stitch for baby quilts, and I thought it was a light-hearted addition to the Etno.
Angle Inception Polar" was perfect for the quilt's binding. I cut it on the bias which gave a stripey-but-not-quite look, a nod to my standard binding choice in the early days.
Moonlit print by Rashida Coleman-Hale for Cotton + Steel. I was pleased how well it suited the Etno.
Definitely check out the rest of the Etno Blog Tour! I have been so impressed with the beautiful items posted each day! Serious!!Yesterday, Aida Valverde of Aika Maku shared the most darling shirt and skirt which could be worn together or separate for a variety of terrific looks and I'm anxious to see what Lara Bowditch of Scrap Quilt Preach posts tomorrow.