Moda Bakeshop quilt and told Elaine I needed to make it, even if it weren't for my eventual-someday-in-the-future grandchild. Being the age she is, lots of her friends and acquaintances are either pregnant or new moms, so baby showers are plentiful. I remember those days :)
Superbuzzy, the in town brick-and-mortar version of the very popular online shop that stocks hundreds of modern fabrics and many Japanese designers, to pick out adorable prints like the ones above. We chose 13 fat-eighth pieces, which was way more than needed but gave more leeway in featuring the designs on the small petals (the quilt designer used charm squares).
I washed and dried the fabrics and Elaine even ironed--something she says she never does.