Now, I've never been great at taking photos of the quilting projects I've done. But that's all just changed! I made this little cot panel for my newest baby cousin who was born two weeks ago. It's a printed panel from my work and was a pretty straight forward make. I'm not a quilter in the slightest, so I may be breaking every rule in the book with my methods, but they worked for me.
After quilting together, I trimmed to the size of the panel and 'bagged' the backing. For babies I much prefer using cuddlesoft fleece rather than polycotton and I've done so here. To bag the backing, you put right-sides together on the panel and fleece, stitch round the outer sides leaving a gap to pull the quilt through leaving no visible stitches. Then just hand stitch the gap.