I love the Noteworthy line from Sweetwater - like everything they make, it has a lovely tone to the colour scheme and the designs are cute but not too cute. It's quite neutral too with a good mix of "boy" and "girl" colours, so when we learnt that I was pregnant and decided not to find out the gender, Noteworthy seemed perfect.
Having decided that I really liked this line and wanted to make a baby blanket, I started to look for a pattern. As soon as I saw the Kaleidoscope pattern in Issue 12 of Fat Quarterly, I knew that it was perfect - nice and easy, the perfect size and charm pack friendly, so that I could use the full range.
This came together quite quickly, despite having to trim lots of HSTs. I had some help from Mum with the pressing, but she refused to take any responsibility for cutting!
A quick bit of swirly quilting later with some help from Instagram people and it was pretty much done, bar a quick label. And with the quilt finished, it's owner could arrive - and he's been keeping us very busy ever since!
Linking up with the Blogger's Quilt Festival - Baby Quilt category