Take a look at how awesome this quilt elevates kiddo artwork.
I’m not sure how she printed the artwork on fabric because normally printed fabric is stiff and has no drape. This printed fabric, though, is soft and pliable.
Each artwork drawing is framed out to allow each art piece to stand on its own.
The quilt was done with an all over, edge to edge panto called Curley Bubbles by Janet-Lee Santeusanio. When I look back over which pantos are the most popular with my customers, this is definitely super popular.
Stitching this panto out with a computerized system is ideal. This pattern would be difficult to do freehand and get all of those circles perfect. Have I mentioned how much I love computerized quilting?