One Fish Two Fish

Recently my husband’s cousin had a baby, so I had a great excuse to make a quilt.   I found a fat quarter bundle of Dr. Seuss fabric that I thought would be fun to work with and set about drawing up a pattern.  The bundle included a bunch of panels, so I drew up my pattern to highlight those panels.

I pieced it during an Albuquerque Modern Quilt Guild sew day – it came together quickly.  I also found a digital edge to edge fish pattern that was so cute I couldn’t resist.

This is the finished quilt – it was cloudy the day we took photos, so unfortunately there are a bunch of shadows.

More details:





and the back:

this is the best photo for seeing the cute fish and loops edge to edge design:

I hope Gary’s cousin loves this quilt!


This was on my Q2’18 FAL list, so I will link up at the end of the quarter.



5 thoughts on “One Fish Two Fish”
  1. It’s a really cute kids quilt. My two year old grandson loves that book. It’s such a classic. I’m glad you showed the closeup of the quilting because I really wanted to see the fish.

    1. Thanks! I really love the Dr. Seuss fabric and had a good time working with it. The fish quilting pattern came out so great too – I don’t want to go down the rabbit hole of buying a ton of pantographs, but the fish were really just too cute! Maybe you should make one for your grandson too…? 🙂

  2. How cute! Such a lucky baby! The fish quilting is too perfect and so fun!! This is a lovely quilt and will be loved for a long time, I’m sure.

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