The fabric line included 6 1/2 inch motifs of fairies and a cute border print. I decided to use both to make the quilt as a shop sample and eventually to give to my 6 year old granddaughter Hanna. Hanna lives in Sweden so I don't get to see her very often but we all all going on a Mexican cruise this summer. I have the Noah's Ark quilt for her little brother Noah and I have fabric to make a train quilt for my other grandson Emilio. So I am set for little gifts for the cruise for each of them - at least I will be when I actually get Emilio's quilt made.
Here is a close up of one of the cute fairies and my mitered pink and purple attic windows. I designed the quilt in EQ6 and finished writing up the pattern today. I will cut kits for it this weekend and it will hang in the shop for a couple of months.
I quilted it with Minkee on the back - Minkee is such a great feeling for a backing of any quilt and I absolutely love the way it looks when quilted. I used a panto called curling feathers - one of my favorites.
Tomorrow is guild day where all the color challenges will be shown. I wrapped the little prizes this evening so all I need to do in the morning is make peach cobbler to take for the lunch potluck. I am going to use one of Paula Deen's recipes that sounds good and looked great when she cooked it on TV.