I have an embroidery module with my sewing machine that hardly gets used. To incorporate embroidery into quilts, I personalized the back of this baby quilt. I just embroidered the fabric and then trimmed and pieced it into the quilt. While I had my embroidery module out, I did a few personalized swatches to piece into other quilts that I am working — one is my Chopsticks quilt (sneak peek from yesterday’s work in process post).
The quilt pattern used for this quilt top is a fat quarter quilt tutorial by Two Little Banshees Blog. It only uses six fat quarters and with the large blocks, it is a quick quilt to make. The airplane themed fabric is Ready Set Go by Ann Kelle for Robert Kaufman Fabrics. As a bonus, it is organic too!
I am linking up with TNT (Trying New Things) with the Happy Quilting Blog. This was my first personalized quilt, so this post definitely falls in the new things category.