I used the same Quilty pattern I used for Hoot and Rocky Field because though I don't really like to repeat patterns too often, this one is just the perfect size and look for a baby quilt that needs to be somewhat quick.
I quilted this one using straight lines with my walking foot and I quilted it a bit more densely than the others I have made. I really love the end result and I hope my friend does too!
Here is Chemotion (Chemistry and Motion!):
|I can't decide if I like the test tubes and beaker fabric more or the grid paper with all the calculations and pictures of microscopes.|
|The back is mostly a Riley Blake fabric from their Space Age line.|
|Nothing seemed quite right for the binding so I went with a scrappy binding made from leftovers from the quilt and I love it.|
|All ready to deliver to the dad!|
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It's so bright and cheery. It's a great pattern, so keep using it.ReplyDelete
Look great. The use of the science-y fabrics is bang on for this one. And a scrappu binding is so very often the answer! Anja was very happy to receive her copy of this pattern at bee last night! :)ReplyDelete
Tummy time... hee hee hee. Round here, I call that spit-up time!
This pattern is awesome.. I appreciate your post.ReplyDelete
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