One of my last "waiting for baby" projects was this small stroller quilt. I got the idea for the design from this lovely quilt I pinned a year ago. To make it, I simply decided what width each column would be, and then used my rotary cutter without a straight edge to cut strips of the correct widths. Then I sewed them all together randomly, and voila! A quilt.
It's very small, about 24" x 36". I made it to tuck in a stroller or car seat without dragging on the floor. So far, it's working! I've been really glad to have it wrapped around Joey as we duck from car to building on our way to doctor appointments. It's cold here!
I didn't take a picture of the back, but I used a beautiful, soft flannel from Anna Maria Horner as the backing, making it extra cozy.
The whole thing was done in 3 nights. Cutting and piecing one night, quilting the next, and machine-attaching the binding on the last. Fastest quilt I've ever made, for sure!