There's another new pair of twins in the world receiving some quilts from me - two cute little boys, Cameron and Hunter. Needless to say, I've got no shortage of cute fabrics for little boys, including a ton of leftover fabric from the twin quilt I made last year for my son's big boy bed, so I raided my stash, paired it with some Kona solids, went to town, and came up with my 4th and 5th quilt finishes of the year. Must keep the momentum going...
These quilts were incredibly easy to piece together, I went with a simple stacked coin-style quilt, using different sized coins and extra wide sashing strips. Some of the coins were fussy cut, but most were actual scraps from the twin sized quilt. This quilt was made 110% from my stash, which was a nice surprise. It's so nice to have things organized and be able to shop at home!
I tried to give the quilts a little bit of unique personality, though I worry that I didn't make them unique and different enough from each other. The backs are totally different, however, thanks to some super bright Kona solids I used. I'm really feeling solids at the moment, I totally see an all-solid quilt in my future.
Name(s): Stacked Robots for Cameron and Hunter
Size: 52" x 56" (each)
Fabrics: David Walker's Robots collection, as well as some random Heather Bailey's Bijoux, Lizzy House's Castle Peeps, and Moda Marble Dots for the binding
Quilting: All-over meandering stipple