I finished up my Sherbet Pips baby quilt and LOVE it. I knew I loved this line, but it is just so cute all together.
The colors are great, and can I mention how fantastic this gray is??? You know how gray can be a tricky color, sometimes it looks a little purple-y? Well, this is a good one, really it is.
my favorite part?? the rounded corners. I've never done this before on a quilt, mostly because it requires bias binding and that means a little extra work. But after doing a million potholders, I'm no longer intimidated by it. I might even actually enjoy it. Plus it's totally worth it for the rounded corners.
One more thing about this fabric...it's super duper buttery soft. I guess I just can't say enough about how much I love the Sherbet Pips. I believe it's set to be released in April.
The verdict on this tutorial--I liked it. I didn't have a problem with the edges being cut on a bias. I do have an integrated walking foot on my machine, but it all came together nicely without stretching of fabric, and it lays FLAT. I think it's worth giving it a try!