No, I didn't think of that one, Kathryn. It's a pattern I got from the April 2010 issue of Quilter's World. I subscribe to the electronic version of the magazine and when I saw that pattern, I just knew I had to have that pattern for a different niece who had a baby in August. Then when I found out my sister's youngest was having a girl in February (February's birthstone is amethyst, thus purple) and this niece always loved purple AND is had all this fabric in my stash, the quilt just had to be. I used the floral fabric for the back since I had a lot of it, more than I had of any of the rest.
The pattern is called Dino Baby, as the original was made using dinosaur fabric. All those purple points are pretty easy to be made perfect because they are prairie points. They'll give the baby something to play with. They look flat and so perfectly pointed, but they are actually just sewn into the seam on the rough edge and folded parts are "loose". Gives it such a neat look.
If you ever feel the need to subscribe to a quilting magazine, I think Quilter's World is a neat one and I prefer the electronic version to the paper one, because I don't want the clutter of paper ones anymore. When I get the newest one, I can easily save any individual pattern I like or print it out or both. I can also save or print out the entire issue. I can also go back in the archives and check out the past 2 years. In fact, I need to do that a bit more.
I suppose this can be done with most of the other quilting magazines that offer electronic versions of their magazines as well, but QW is the only one I subscribe to right now as they seemed to have the patterns I liked the most. The others were just rehashing the same old patterns or the fabrics they were using were so bad that it was hard to see past them to the actual pattern. It's one of the reasons I stopped buying McCall's. I really disliked the fabrics, even though the patterns were good, then they just started using the same basic patterns with a very variations.
Okay, that's enough of that and a lot more than you wanted to know. It's a super easy pattern and goes up in no time at all. Only 4 fabrics are needed and honestly, it's one of the fastest baby quilts I've ever made and I've made it twice now and each time it went together so perfectly, yet looks harder than it is.