|Squares and Rectangles (front)|
Here is another finish. This is the quilt that my five-year-old daughter and I worked on together. She had a lot of creative input and I love the way it turned out. After she sketched her squares and rectangles, I had to figure out a way to make that into a quilt.
I was inspired by this quilt on flickr. I liked the way the prints floated on the background instead of stacking them all together. I was planning on a space between every colored piece, but my daughter insisted on stacking a few of them. Good call, right? The quilting is inspired by Jacquie Gering and Malka Dubrawsky.
|Squares and Rectangles (back)|
It was a fast and furious finish to get these bound before Tuesday night's meeting. If it feels like these came out of nowhere, trust me they didn't. The three quilts I finished for Jacob's Heart has taken every spare minute and lots of support from my family. There may have been a few Instagram breaks in there too. I could not do this every month, but I am so happy I took the time this month.
I have one more to share with you tomorrow. It turned out to be the snuggliest one!
Name: Squares and Rectangles
Quilt Pattern: None
Fabric: Roar by Marie Perkins for Robert Kaufman and assorted Kona solids
Pieced and Quilted by: Adrianne Ove
so cute! Love the wavy quilting!ReplyDelete
Good call, yes. So glad you and your daughter made the mad dash push to be such a big part of this amazing charity drive.ReplyDelete
That is absolutely fantastic! The quilting is really perfect for it too. I wish my machine did those wavy lines.ReplyDelete
love it! vibrant and just funReplyDelete
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What a great quilt and so nice you made it with your daughter!ReplyDelete
So fun and colourful - love the wavy quilting!ReplyDelete
Seriously love this quilt!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! It's bursting with energy!ReplyDelete