windowpane whole-cloth baby quilt

Windowpane Whole-Cloth Baby Quilt by Salty Oat
What are your go-to-gifts for new babies? I'm partial to quilts (not surprisingly!), and thanks to the sudden influx of friends having babies, I've made quite a few baby quilts recently. 
Quilting Detail on Windowpane Whole-Cloth Quilt
This whole-cloth quilt was made for Felix, who was born in October to my friend Katie, the gal behind Fancy Free Finery. Knowing that Katie is a fan of minimal and graphic design, I used a yard of digitally-printed windowpane fabric for the top of her son's quilt, which meant zero piecing was required on my part. 
Back of Windowpane Baby Quilt by Salty Oat
For the back, I paired a long out-of-print Lizzy House ribbon print with a coordinating strip of solid blue fabric. I loved adding a bit of color and pattern to the back to contrast with the simple black-and-white quilt top. I stuck with my signature cross-hatch quilting, and bound this baby quilt with minty scraps. 
Salty Oat Quilt Label
As a finishing touch, I added a custom cross-stitch label to the back, with Felix's name and birthday. 
Cross-Stitch Quilt Label Detail
If you have a new baby in your life in need of a gift, and like this particular design, then be sure to check out this similar unisex baby quilt I have in the shop. It's back features an awesome retro paint-by-number print, which is a customer favorite.