Moo Baa La La La

Anyone with a kiddo has probably read ‘Barnyard Dance’ by Sandra Boynton once, twice, or maybe a million times. It’s one of the perennial favorites at our house, so a farm animal quilt was definitely in order.

Laurie Wisbrun Counting Animals Baby Quilt

The ten main panels (nine on the front, one on the back) are from Laurie Wisbrun’s Barnyard Counting collection for Robert Kauffman. The remaining fabrics are all calicos from the local big-box fabric store.

Laurie Wisbrun Counting Animals Baby Quilt

I love personalizing quilts with the recipient’s name, so I cut out letters from leftover fabric, then fused and appliqued them on.

Laurie Wisbrun Counting Animals Baby Quilt

I found the perfect angled stripe for the binding already living in my fabric stash. It was made to be!

Laurie Wisbrun Counting Animals Baby Quilt

Moo.

Laurie Wisbrun Counting Animals Baby Quilt

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