The first quilt is Fancy Fox. These foxes are bigger than you think - each one finishes at 19 1/2 x 23 1/2. That's a pretty big block! I machine quilted it with a woodgrain design. I hope some little boy will like these plaid foxes! The wind was blowing when I took the picture. The lower right fox looks like his left eye is too small. Trust me - it's the same size as the other one. The baseball backdrop I hang these on to take pictures is bent, so it bends the quilt at the bottom if the wind is blowing. I love the glasses on the foxes - gives them a very studious look, don't you think?
The second quilt is also going to Camp Hobe. This quilt was a mystery quilt I made at the Pieceful Gatherings retreat this March. They have a neat way of using Snippets (pieces of fabric that are smaller than a fat quarter - I can't remember the exact size), which are then shuffled and cut. The process is pretty fun, and this quilt is the result. It's mostly primary colors and music prints, so I hope this goes to a child who appreciates music! I quilted this on my friend's longarm, and am very happy with the way it turned out. It should help to brighten someone's day.