Fandango, baby!

I think I was a bit late to the Kate Spain party, but that's ok. A few months ago I picked up a Fandango charm pack on a whim. After I had a chance to thumb through the stack of prints, I realized how much I like this line. So when I found more charm packs in Seattle, I bought another one. And as much as I wanted to keep these pretty pieces all to myself, I thought they would make a great baby girl quilt.
 Simple patchwork. I had a yard of 1 print from the line-the perfect amount for a border and binding!
 To balance the simple pathwork, I did some heavy fmq in a paisley pattern. Not perfect, but I'm ok with the result.
 Another shot of the quilting on the back.
I even machine-bound this one. Sssshhhh, don't tell the quilt police!

The details:
Top and binding are Fandango
Backing is Kona in pale flesh
Quilted in an all over paisley design, which took me about 4 hours to complete!
Approximately 43" x 52"
Bound entirely by machine (I feel like I need to say that twice for some reason!)

I sent this quit off to an old grade school friend who is expecting her 3rd baby, and her 2nd girl. I hope she likes it! I gave her quilts for her first 2 children as well, but I think this one is my favorite. :)

PS I'm linking up to Modern Monday at Canoe Ridge Creations and Fabric Tuesday at QuiltStory!