Here comes the second of the quillows I made for my kids (you can read the full story here).
Once again, it started with a fat quarter with kitties, which I bought in a small shop in Moscow, just for fun - I have no idea what collection it is or what manufacturer or whatever. Its colorway is somewhat peculiar for my taste, but it had to be my starting point.
It's a twin (though not identical) to the Little Puppy Village, but I chose a different quilting pattern to see how it goes (you know how scientists jump at a chance to conduct experiments on twins?)
I think I like this quilting better, and there is also less of it, so this quilt seems fuller and warmer than the other one (on the other hand, I love the colors on the puppy quilt more; as for the girls, they both love cats more than dogs, but the little one is more dogged, so she proclaimed the kitty quilt her own))).
And again, a pillowcase to match:
We were lucky to get a glimpse of sun this afternoon, so we had a little photo session with the quillows. The girls are wearing matching kitty fabric dresses that I made for them a couple of years ago (love raglan sleeves - they make a garment fit anyone, regardless of size)))
The Puppy quilt (as well as the Goldfish) is in the Pets of Quilts show, which is still running at Lily Pad Quilting, I can't enter the kitties, because there's a limit of two per person, but the show is still on, so you can check it out (there are beautiful pet-themed quilts as well as lots of fluffy cuteness) and also enter (there's a chance to win some wonderful prizes too!)
Linking up to Fabric, Thread and Yarn at France Nadeau
Off the Wall Friday at Creations by Nina-Marie
Can I get a Whoop Whoop? at Confessions of a Fabric Addict