Here's Kshreya on her quilt. What a cutie she is! At this point she has her dad's hair, but hopefully it will grow in.
I quilted it with one off-centred spiral each line about an inch apart. I was thinking of doing two spirals that overlapped, but it felt the right amount of softness after just one, so I stopped.
Kamya's quilt:Here's the quilt I made for her sister, Kamya, about 5 years ago when she was this size. It's very traditional and I used 30s reproduction fabrics and a white-on-white background. I think what keeps it from being entirely traditional, is although I used sashing and borders, they are all the same background colour, which makes the pinwheels float on the quilt rather than being boxed in.
Don't tell Kamya, but I was using up fabric that I didn't really like that much for the back. Now, I probably would have used solids for a punch of colour. I do like the off-set stripes and that the pin-wheels aren't in the centre. And I notice they are spinning in the opposite direction and I got 5 rather than 4 across. I wonder if these were planned or accidental. The quilt has an all over stipple with curves about the size of a quarter.