So, this was one of the intro pics on Monday's post ...
Here's the rest of the story ...
I made this dolly quilt for a little girl who's about to be a big sister - since I was giving her mom a quilt for her new baby, I figured big sister might need something for her babies.
I'd been wanting to try my hand at incorporating some hearts into my free-motion quilting, and this tiny quilt (around 18" square) was just the project for hearts.
Actually, I was just going to add occasional hearts to the loopy free motion on the background (which I did), but I was impressed at how well the ferris wheel lent itself to a hearts & loops design.
The quilting was fun, and this tiny project was satisfyingly quick (and adorable!)
The back of the mini-quilt is made from some of the oxford-cloth fabrics I mentioned in a post last week.
(Speaking of which, I'm planning to post some more about my next oxford-cloth quilty project soon, so stay tuned!)
And if this design looks familiar, the little bit of English Paper Piecing is like the (bigger) piece I blogged about here and made into another friend's baby quilt here.