Oh Baby! Reveal… and a Giveaway…

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Oh Baby! Reveal… and a Giveaway…

Oh Baby! Crib Quilts

Today is the day that I share the final reveal of the baby quilt I made for the Island Batik Ambassadors Oh Baby! Challenge. This quilt turned out to be a fun exercise in using color. I won’t go on and on about that because I think the quilt shows all that I could possibly say. So without further ado, here it is…





To celebrate this baby quilt finish I am giving away a 5″ Stamp pack of Island Batik Dotalicious fabrics.  As you can see from the side view, this is a gorgeous rainbow of Island Batik fabrics.

IMG_5258To enter, use the RaffleCopter widget and leave a comment about how you like to use Island Batik fabrics in your sewing and quilting. The giveaway will be open until midnight Eastern time Monday, July 24th. I will announce the winner next week!

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33 thoughts on “Oh Baby! Reveal… and a Giveaway…

  1. Kathy h

    I love using batiks in my quilting. Each piece has so many different textures and colors that they make beautiful quilts.

  2. Liz Horgan

    Batiks give a different look and “pop” to quilts! I’ve been collecting them to make a batik only quilt.

  3. spierssusan

    The colors of fabric you used in this quilt are amazing-I love batik fabric! I started collecting batiks, but have not used them in a quilt yet-this pattern is just wonderful! Thank you for sharing, Susan

  4. Lori Smanski

    your quilt is lovely. I like using batiks in projects that I give to family and friends, pillows, table ware etc

  5. Created by Bella

    Gorgeous quilt Stephanie! The colors are so vibrant and cheerful. Well done, once again.
    I am working on a new quilt design idea, that involves the Hawaiian flower Plumeria. The design is for a baby quilt that I will present to my son and his fiancé this coming winter to celebrate the arrival of my new grand baby. This fabric is perfect for the project. Happy Sewing~

  6. Beth LaMotte

    Wow, you have even captured “transparency” in so many of the colors. This is just gorgeous! Way to go! My next project is going to be a picnic quilt of rainbow colors. I’m thinking these batiks would be a perfect choice.

  7. Debra

    I like using batiks in tote bags.

  8. Lori M

    Have only used Batiks once…in a quilt..love the softness & variation in each print/piece. Thank you for chance to win this Awesome Give-a-way of yummy colors! 🙂

  9. Bonnie Larson

    Gorgeous. I love my quilts made with batiks. They are such beautiful, rich fabrics

  10. Maryellen McAuliffe

    Don’t count me in draw, but I use them in so many items, from baby to full size quilts, and purses, table toppers, and even plan some clothes. Need more time to sew for all the uses. (IBA)

  11. Kathy E.

    I love using Island Batiks in my sewing and quilting projects because they coordinate so well with solids and small prints. I like to make table runners, placemats and coaster sets with them, along with larger quilts!

  12. Janet T

    I use them a lot in raw edge applique as the edges don’t fray as much as other cotton fabric.

  13. Cecilia

    I love using batiks because they add so much color to my quilt!

  14. Teri

    I love using Island Batiks especially for tablerunners and special quilts.

  15. Nicole Sender

    I like to us batik in sampler block quilts. I would love to make a rainbow quilt with this gorgeous colors!

  16. Margaret Handlin

    Beautiful colors, I love everything bold and bright… Thanks

  17. judi duncan

    I love to use Island Batiks in my quilts…the blends of colors are outstanding! (I also favor using Island Batiks when making bags, the have such a nice hand)

  18. Julie Averill

    I Love batiks…and this baby quilt is just the thing for those batiks 🙂

  19. Barbara woods

    I am gathering them for us a quilt.

  20. MaryBeth Little

    I love using batiks in quilts. These are so rich.

  21. Verna A.

    I use batiks in most everything I make, as I like the designs and colors. Sometimes the whole project is batiks, or sometimes a mix. They are my favorite!

  22. nancyangerer

    I haven’t used batiks much, but I mainly use them as blenders. However, my next project is going to be almost all batiks — 4 horse heads appliquéd to a light blue background. The only thing that won’t be batik will be the borders. It is for one of my granddaughters who attends Murray State University in Kentucky. There team in the Racers. The borders will be in the school colors.

  23. Melody Lutz

    Oh how delicious those colors look! I only use batiks, they’re like playing with water colors and that makes my scrappy heart very happy. I would cut them with neutrals and make a wall hanging out of HSTs.

  24. Pam

    What a beautiful quilt! I love batiks and use them to make pouches and quilts. Thanks for the eye candy and for the chance to win!

  25. Pamela R

    batiks are wonderful for “useable” projects such as totes, placemats & table runner; easy to wash.

  26. Doris McCarty

    I’ve been collecting batik since for a quilt!

  27. Christi

    I am a batik lover. It’s the color and the feel that draws me in. Your quilt is wonderful! The colors are outstanding.

  28. Pat T.

    *Congratulations!*, Stephanie, on a wonderful quilt!
    Batiks are fun to use in all kinds of sewing!… They add such a richness, and depth of color to everything!
    Well done!
    Pat T.

  29. Nancy

    Wow! That’s a terrific quilt. Lucky baby!! I love to use batiks in my quilts as they have such organic coloring. Everything looks better made with batiks!

  30. debbierhodes

    I love your quilt. I have so many nieces and nephews who wouLd love this for their babies. I would use the fabric to make something similar

  31. Nancy

    What a lovely quilt. The colors do say it all. Any baby should appreciate this.

  32. Quilting Tangent

    Pretty baby quilt. I would like to make a queen size batik quilt.

  33. Cathy Valdez

    I love using them to do my ALASKA quilt in progress and currently I am using my smaller scraps for BARBIE CLOTHES!! =)

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