This is made from Nicey Jane fabric by Heather Bailey, some coordinating solids, and a pretty flannel for the back. The pattern is from the book Fat Quarterly Shape Workshop for Quilters, which I won from John Adams (Quilt Dad) himself when he came to speak to our guild this spring!
I did allover loops for the quilting, which I think turned out cute and feminine. This was the first quilt I've quilted on my Horizon, and I have to say, it was love. Having all that space under the machine and not needing to struggle with shifting the quilt so much was amazing. Maybe now I can quilt some of the larger UFOs I have sitting around!
On a non-quilty note, we are in the final stretches and entering Baby Watch. My due date is in 3 weeks, so baby is full term. My husband and I are the only ones who don't think I'll make it much longer - probably because I'm so huge (I'm short, people: she has nowhere to go but straight out!). I am not quite mentally ready so I'm hoping she holds out for at least a couple more weeks. Although, there are definitely some days where my back says otherwise...
We also took my 3 year old to the local pumpkin patch this weekend, while I could still walk around a bit. I took a ton of pictures, but could never get him to slow down enough to get many good ones.
Big E explaining the finer points of pumpkin-choosing:
Yay for Fall!