Here is finish number two for the week! I made an I-spy/maze/matching quilt for a good friend's son.
I had a great time picking out the novelty fabrics. I normally stay away from them, but some of them are so fun!
So besides the I-spy, people can use it for matching practice. I fussy cut all the pieces so they're the same. I tried to make them all exactly the same (note the apples) but there are a few that are slightly different.
And it's a maze! It does have a start and finish, but I thought it could also be fun to go from one tile to a matching tile.
It's been really rainy, so the photoshoot had to be inside. My son (and his monkey) helped out.
For quilting, I did squares and rectangles in the blue section, straight lines in the green, and back and forths in the brown. I love all those designs.
I was a little disappointed that the thread color didn't show up on the back, but I used minky and I love how soft it is. Since I didn't do any quilting in the maze, you can see it on the back too.
As always, there were a few times I was pretty nervous about how it was going to turn out, but I really like the end result!
Linking up with Whoop-Whoop Friday, LAAF, and Finish It Up Friday.