I've had this one done for a minute but didn't get it photographed until yesterday. The wind let up briefly over lunch and I was able to con a coworker into modeling it for me :D
I found these fabrics in the sale bin at Walmart and used lime green fleece as backing, so this isn't the highest quality quilt but it's going to get used. Once I pieced the top, the style and colors reminded me of the artist Mary Engelbreit. I'll be gifting this one to my 2yr old niece for Christmas.
I wish I could have quilted it differently, though. I use a 1960 New Home to FMQ and it can be finicky sometimes. It wasn't cooperating at the time so I decided to stitch in the ditch between each block instead. Now that it's finished I wish the quilting was tighter and I'm slightly concerned about durability, but this quilt will serve a purpose for now and I'll have plenty of time to make her an heirloom later, right?
I snapped a couple pics of the neatly tied up Warm/Cool quilt before giving it to my boss for his little ones. A scrap of lime fleece made for a rather snazzy bow!
I'll be heading north to my grandmother's house in the morning. Have a holly, jolly Christmas!