The pattern is from Elizabeth Hartman, free at Sew Mama Sew. It's a really quick pattern that shows off prints nicely. I used Little Apples and a really cute bird print, as well as some of Tula Pink's Prince Charming for the binding and backing. The Little Apples prints are perfect for fussy cutting and turned out very cute.
For the quilting, I did simple straight-line quilting. In the prints I echoed the horizontal seams, while in the white sashing I did very dense lines. I like how it adds a little interest to the plain sashing sections and mimics the pattern on the front and back.
The backing is leftover strips from the front as well as a chunk of Prince Charming, which I think matches perfectly in both color and style. I think Baby will enjoy using both sides as a play mat.
Since we are mostly sure we are having a girl, I've already started on a girly quilt for the nursery. Having pinks and feminine colors will be quite the change from my son's room, which is decked out in blues, browns, cars, and dinosaurs. We can't wait!