I love getting custom order requests, and baby quilts are the most fun of all! This request was for a travel themed quilt. I do have some fun Paris fabrics, but needed more international landmarks for my quilt so I got to go shopping for fabric - woohoo! I found a couple of prints that I thought would work for the feature fabric so I bought a yard each of them. I ended up making two quilts because I couldn't decide which one I liked best!
Here is the first one. I thought this one looked more earth toned. It is supposed to be gender neutral, so I think I hit the mark on this one for sure! I just did my usual Baby Nines - very simple, but a fun way to use a variety of fabrics.
I remembered to add one of my tags to the corner this time. I've seen some really cute ones you can order, but I made these using printable fabric with a bit of fray-check on the sides. I have quite a few more to use up. I think next time I will order some cute ones, but these work for now!
Today I will quilt the other quilt and you will see how different it looks even though I've used many of the same fabrics.
Today is Christine's turn on the Our Favorite Things blog hop - she does a great job making use of the limited space she has for quilting! Here is Christine's post. She also has a Juki, and says it is fast and furious - that's why I love mine! I guess I'd better go do some fast and furious quiting and finish up that second baby quilt now, have a great day and make sure to hop on over to Christine's blog - she is having a giveaway as well.