Gah! It’s been super crazy at my house the last several weeks. I finished the quilt I’m about to show you in this post and returned it to Monica in mid-February. I just haven’t gotten around to taking the photos of it off of my camera, writing about it, and sharing it until now. Phew! Did I mention it’s been kind of crazy busy around here?
This quilt is another quilt that was done for Birthday Blessings by members of the KCMQG. If you’d like to read a little bit more about what Birthday Blessings is, see my post here. This quilt top was made of all sorts of underwater fabrics. Do you see that little submarine in the top left? It might just be my favorite part of the whole quilt.
Do you see how cute that submarine is? I just love it.
Anyway… I quilted this one using a combination of swirls and bubbles. I think the ration was 5 bubbles to each swirl.
In the center of each block I quilted a little fish or two (or more than that in some of the bigger blocks).
I love how the quilting looks on the solid light blue block.
Blocks were made by members of KCMQG as a charity project for the Birthday Blessings program here in Kansas City.
Approximate Size: 36″x48″
Thread: So Fine #50 in gold
I think the blocks are made from this tutorial, but am not sure.