This first quilt had no pattern to work from - our ministry group is blessed by donations of fabric and sometimes you just have to make it up as you go. The animal square print was the inspiration fabric and the quilt was pieced from there - filling in from the church fabric stash to build the quilt around those blocks.
It is backed in a cuddly flannel print and machine quilted using a walking-foot in a criss-cross wave pattern using a variegated thread for both the top & bobbin threads.
The second quilt uses the pattern "yellow brick road" and again is made with prayer of thanksgiving from all donated fabrics. I especially loved 'fussy-cutting' the alphabet print fabric to anchor the top corner with the last initial of the family. This quilt also incorporates one of the same fabrics (blue swirl) from the other quilt - brothers sharing a link in even their quilts. The binding is pieced from all the fabrics used in the quilt top to add a scrappy flair to the finishing.
This one is also backed in a flannel print and is machine quilted in a double line grid pattern.
Baby quilts are so much fun! They work up fairly quickly and it is a tremendous blessing to be able to pray for the babies and their families as they are stitched together with Christ's love.
It is our prayer that each child will feel the love of Jesus surrounding them.
*Special thanks to my dear daughter for her help in taking these photos.