It was pretty easy and I used a different precut that I don't use very often.
Moda scrap bags are a great way to get a variety of different fabrics at a great price. The scrap bag that I got had mostly scraps from Bonnie and Camille's line, Vintage Modern. I cut the strips down to 1 1/2" each. I left them as long as possible and trimmed them all to the same size after they were the same width. After that, I started sewing the strips together, sewing each one in the opposite direction as the strip before. This helps make the finished product more even.
After sewing all the strips together, I had to trim again, because I had a couple strips that ended up being shorter than the rest. After I had squared up this section, I put the borders on the quilt. Now it's time to applique!
I used this amazing method of applique, http://www.vanessachristenson.com/2012/07/v-and-co-how-to-applique-christmas.html, for the red circles and pink circles to make the flowers. Vanessa Christensen is a genius! Before I ironed the red circles down, I placed the green ribbons under the red circle. After I appliqued the red circles down with matching red thread, I sewed the green ribbon down with matching thread. Lastly, I appliqued the pink circles down with matching thread. And ended up with this quilt top!
I am currently in the process of quilting this baby quilt, so I will update with pictures when it's completely finished. E-mail me at birdiestitches.blogspot.com if you have any questions...it's my first pattern I designed, so leave me comments if any of the instructions don't make sense!
Look for several other baby quilt tutorials in the next few weeks!