Finished top for Sugar Pop HSTs

I am tickled ‘pink’ with the finished quilt top.  This is what I love most about quilting… having an idea in my head, and then seeing that idea turn into reality. 

Isn’t that why we create?

The finished top is about 47″ by 56″, and I picked fabrics from two charm packs of Moda’s Sugar Pop fabric, designed by Liz Scott.  The gray I used in this quilt is Kona Ash.   The inner gray border is 2″ cuts {finished 1.5″}, and the outer border is made up of 6.5″ cuts of Sugar Pop Mod Buds Pink.

I am going to piece together the backing and get this quilted asap.  It is for my newest niece, Ms. Payton, on Mr. SD’s side of the family, who born this past week.  A week earlier than the doctor had hoped, but both momma and baby are doing great.  Mr. SD’s mom can’t wait to go visit in October, and I am planning/hoping to have this beauty ready to tuck in her suitcase for the trip up to Cornhusker territory.

Check out the stack of HSTs {half square triangles} that went into this quilt top.

 Kimberlee, Thank you for visiting!

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Take A Look Tuesday at Sugar Bee-Craft Edition

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Thanks for taking the time to read this post. I love comments, and will return the favor! ~ Kimberlee



  1. 1
    randi says:

    this is SO cute! i love the zig-zags!

  2. 2
    Ktquilts says:

    Great baby quilt!!! Love a good zig-zag!!

  3. 3
    Melinda says:

    Oh, Kimberlee! That border just brought it all together! So lovely. I want one!

  4. 4
    andy says:

    I totally agree – I love having an idea floating around in my brain and then watching it come to life and evolve as I create it. Love the zig-zag quilt!

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    Kelly @ Blue Bird Sews says:

    love, love, love HST zig-zags! super cute top!

  6. 6
    Tori says:

    Love the chevrons!

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    Janine says:


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    Alli says:

    It’s so cute that you separated the fabric line by colors. :)

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    Kelli says:

    So cute! I love zig zags and this one is just perfect for a new baby girl! Great job. Saw you over at Stitching by Starlight and had to click over. Great job!

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    Toni says:

    Fabulous quilt! It will be so sweet for a new baby! I love HSTs, but have yet to make a quilt out of them. I think there may just be too many options to choose!

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    Quilt Story says:

    Gorgeous! I love zig-zag quilting, this turned out great how your bordered it and your solid. Well done!! So pretty!

  12. 12
    amylouwho says:

    This is lovely! I want to make a zig zag quilt! And every time I see another one I’m reminded why! I just love it! Thanks for sharing!

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    mandyk says:

    this is awesome. love sugar pop! I used it on a baby quilt, but i love this chevron design. I want to try this!

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    Mandy @ Sugar Bee Crafts says:

    Thanks for linking to Take-A-Look Tuesday – you were featured today!
    - – Mandy,

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I'm Kimberlee, the owner/creater of 'The Spunky Diva'. Here is a little about me... In addition to my love of blogging I adore all crafts, sewing, quilting, improving my non-existent cooking skills, and playing with my two girls. We have a 'collection' of animals around the place to keep us busy; two 'huge' dogs, a cat, kittens, several horses, and assorted wildlife. We live east of Austin, Texas, in the middle of farm country. Here at 'The Spunky Diva' blog I get to share daily life moments, fun crafts, sewing and quilting progress/finishes, and brag about my 'Babies'. Thank you for visiting and sharing some of your day with me!


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