This quilt was made for my brother, who loved watching The Incredible Hulk when we were kids. He's been my superhero this past year. Being a single mother of two and buying my first house, there have been many, many problems with house and with oldest son. He has been there day or night helping fix the house issues and lending an ear.
I had this cool canvas material and I wanted to make purses for my sisters. This tutorial was perfect for the fabric. So I made a Dresden panel and used that to fussy cut the canvas and lining. I also added 2 6” pockets to each side of the lining and a magnetic snap.
This is my 1st wall hanging, and I have to say I enjoyed the quick project! I was able to complete the majority of it during the holidays. The value in the fabric, easy to understand instructions and the fact it comes complete with back and batting makes this a quality kit. The hard part.... deciding where to hang it. This is also my 1st time FMQ feathers. Designed by Rachel T Pellman
My husband still loves to skateboard (at 49!) and after I watched Jenny and Rob make a skateboard quilt I just had to try. Finding more "boyish" fabrics was not as easy I thought it would be. I happened upon the "summer of love" panel at the thrift store and bordered it with the old cars fabric because he is a hot wheels collector. Lots of errors in it (only my second quilt) but he loves it so that is what matters.