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I Need Your Help

So, I finished another baby quilt top. Yeah, I know- yet another one. Good thing I happen to live in Provo, Utah- the baby capital of the world.

Bright Baby Quilt Top

When I started this, I was thinking I wanted it to be uni-sex but it would probably be for a girl. Well, now its probably for a boy. That's where I need your help.

Too Girly?

Is this too girly? It's got some floral prints and purple that I would have left out if I was thinking boy while I was putting it together. Should I find a girl to give it to or would it be fine for a boy?

Doggy Square
Froggy Square
(My two favorite squares.)

I also made a cat toy for Anna today.
Anna's Cat

Comments

Jenny said…
If I had a boy, I would LOVE it for him. I think there is enough going on that no one is going to look that closely.
PS When I have a kid, you can recreate this quilt if you want. :)
kristy said…
It could totally be for a boy! I have 3, and I would use it for them.
Sherri said…
The quilters in my office love it and say it would be great for either gender.
Lynne in Hawaii said…
I vote unisex! It will be great for a boy or a girl.
It looks terrific!
Melissa said…
I think it would be fun if you saved it for someone who doesn't find out what they are having!! I think it's great for a boy though! Love it, great job!! It's funny to look at the quilt and see lots of fabric prints that I own in there!
Jody said…
I think it's great for either a boy or a girl! It's a beautiful quilt.
qusic said…
it is perfect for either boy or girl, why do boys should be spared from flowers on quilts? your colour choice is so bright and cheerful, great!

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