Girls can be so easy to quilt for. Floral patterns, pink and purple fabrics, as well as blues and geometrics, everything works for a girl’s room. But what to do for the boys? Here are a couple of beautiful masculine quilt designs that these boys are really going to love!
Judy’s son is a huge Nashville Predators fan. In this quilt he got for Christmas, she quilted around the hockey player with the Jessie’s Swirls pantograph and outlined him to help him stand out a little more.
To really see the quilting, you have to see the back. The swirls in the quilting remind me of skate lines on the ice rink. This quilt just looks so cool! This was one of Judy’s first attempts at applique. What a labor of love! Her son is one very lucky man.
These next two renters both used the Square Spiral pantograph. This is one of our go-to pantos for a boy’s or man’s quilt thanks to it’s sharp angles and geometric look. It helps it’s fun to quilt too!
Amanda’s son loves archery. For his bedroom, he got these arrows all made with flannels. Very to the point (see what I did there), but soft at the same time. All the points in the Square Spiral pantograph were the perfect compliment to the arrows in the quilt top.
Karen made this delightfully simple quilt for her grandson. I love the yellow border between the three colors. It reminds me of rickrack. How fun! Because the Square Spiral has all those curvy lines it’s still playful enough for a little man’s quilt.