Happy (or somber) Good Friday!
I'm working on a college quilt for Hanna that I can't share yet. Instead, I decided to show you the college quilt that I made for my son, Andrew.
I think you'll notice right off, that this is not my usual style of quilt making, but I do love to make modern quilts too.
It is a free pieced square in a square. The fabrics were guitars, music, wild prints and black and whites.
Here is the back. Looks like a face book fabric.
I quilted simple wavy lines
I have a nephew, Nick, who is 6 weeks older than Andrew. The boys get together a couple times, as they live in Seattle. I inked this from a photo of boys taken at the family farm. They looked so funny wearing the wife-beater t-shirts and shades....
Here is another quilt that I made Andrew when we repainted his room. As you can see it is also free pieced and made of black, white and gray fabrics.
The back. I love this weird "eye ball" fabric.
This one I quilted with a different pattern in each area. It was a large quilt and took a lot of TV time to finish!
And here is a quilt I made him on his "golden Birthday" He turned 7 on April 7th and it was also Easter Sunday (hence the 7 gold Easter eggs) It was an occasion that I thought deserved a special quilt!
Happy Easter Weekend Everyone! It was fun to share these older quits with you today.