I thought about this quilt for a long time. I knew that I wanted to do something with bicycles, and had my eye on the perfect fabrics. Since Kirsten wasn’t finding out the sex of the baby, I had to make it as gender neutral as possible. To be sure that I was meeting the call, I showed Brett my plan, and once I got his okay, I knew it was going to be alright.
It took me forever to figure out what pattern I wanted to use….I have the hardest time deciding between all of the neat quilts that I’ve pinned. I decided to use this as inspiration. Once I figured out the dimensions for everything, I was out to actually get the fabric. Thankful to an idea from my friends at the SBMQG I was able to find an etsy seller who was willing to cut me 6×6 inch squares of the ones I needed. All of the fabric is Jay-Cyn Designs for Birch Fabrics.
I really like the way the quilting came together. I used masking tape to lay out the lines (which Brett helped) and quilted on either side of the edges.
One of my favorite things is the rolled up quilt.
Kristi, Amber and I hosted a baby shower for Kirsten and it was so lovely. Such a great group of women to fellowship, pray for, and celebrate Baby Moore.
Kirsten loved the quilt!