March 8, 2014

N Is For Noodlehead - My Latest Divided Basket

Hello, Friends - 
I've just got time to check in for a quick post today!

I've got photos of my latest installment
in the series of Divided Baskets


For this version,
I used some of the orchid prints in
Heather Ross's Briar Rose line.

{Here is the back view of the basket...}


This pretty basket is a gift
to welcome a lovely new baby girl!
I chose to decorate the basket
with her initial...N.


I used a panel from Lakehouse Dry Goods,
printed in bronze to look like cross-stitch.


I had a bit of Jennifer Paganelli fabric
from one of her early lines called Bell Bottoms.
I liked the way it looked
as an accent for the pocket and handles.

{I love blending unexpected prints from unrelated fabrics!}


I really love making these baskets for new moms.
They add a pretty storage option
for little diapers, little books,
little socks and shoes,
and so much more.


Look closely at the Briar Rose prints...
do you see them???


That's right...SHAMROCKS!
They fit right in with this month's

Have you made something with shamrocks, too?
Don't forget to add your photos to the Flickr group!

Until next time...happy stitching!

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14 comments:

  1. I just love those divided baskets and this one is especially cute! Great idea to include the baby's initial. You're going to make one mama very happy!
    Julie @ The Crafty Quilter

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  2. This basket is GORGEOUS!!! I love the two different lines together. They fit perfectly!

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  3. I really love this combo of fabrics! Great basket.

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  4. That is such a great baby gift idea! I just might have to steal it...

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  5. Your baskets are lovely. Perfect gift for a baby! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. This is a really beautiful baby gift... especially with the monogram! I love the clover and the grasshoppers in the outer fabric.

    Susie

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  7. You made a wonderful basket, with brite fabrics and nice N idea!

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  8. It`s absolutely beautiful!!

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  9. Yes Amy, I am finally getting this pattern to make some for summer gifts. I absolutely love them and of course with your precision I'll be back to look several times more. JUST LOVELY!!

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  10. Your basket is beautiful and I love the idea of the monogram on the front. One very lucky Baby (and Mum) is going to receive this!

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  11. Every Noodlehead basket you have made has turned out perfectly. It is an awesome little pattern.

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  12. It's lovely Amy and such a wonderful gift idea. Love the cross stitch fabric, I really thought you had stitched it!

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  13. Beautiful. I made these for a couple of new moms, too. I also stuffed them with diapers, etc. They loved them!

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