Last post, I showed you the quilt top I made for a friend for her engagement pictures/wedding and now that she has actually seen the top, as well as the back (in person) I will share a couple of fun personalization "labels" I added to the back.
I wanted to add something with a monogram, the bride and groom names and their wedding date (which I said she cannot change now that it's on the quilt for EVER) but I wanted it to be something I would be sure would never wash away. Thought of writing a label, but have heard even those will fade over time, heard a technique of printing on fabric with the printer, but didn't know too much about that, and I'm not good at hand embroidery type stuff so that was not an option either. As I was chatting about my dilemma while on this year's Treasure Shop Hop (14 hours, 450 miles, 8 quilt shops, 8 women, 1 Suburban...I'd say those numbers deserve their own post, no? Maybe someday I will get around to it). So, anyway, a friend of mine who has her own business and own commercial grade embroidery machine suggested embroidering something on the quilt. So, one afternoon I spent a good 5 hours with her working on the design we wanted and finally came up with something I love.
Soon I will get around to taking pictures of the complete front and back. As you can maybe tell from that bottom picture, I quilted around the circles on the front of the quilt, a technique I've done on 2 "circle" quilts now and I love doing it!
Now, and update on the "and the Boys" front, Hunter has lost another tooth (this makes 5 now):