I started by sewing the charms into pairs and then squared the prints up by adding cross weave to either side. This layout really seems to appeal to me, it's a similar process that I used to create the Big Blocks quilt last year. I think I like to try to create a floating effect with the prints in this layout.
Here's my Wee Wonderlands quilt:
I practiced bubble quilting a bit:
For the back, I used a print from the Wee Wonderlands line and more of the Pearl Bracelet.
Prints are Wee Wonderlands by Keiki for Moda.
Solid is a Moda cross weave.
Binding (and backing) is Pearl Bracelet in brown by Lizzy House for Westminster.
Machine pieced and quilted with an all over bubble pattern.
Size: 35" x 44"
To be honest, when I first finished this quilt I wasn't really happy with it. The top felt too plain and I wasn't confident in my bubble quilting. I also didn't have anyone in mind to give this quilt to, which often makes it hard for me to give everything I have on a project. But after a trip through the washer and drier, the personality of this quilt really started to shine! The dense bubble quilting gives the quilt a really great texture, and helps the top sparkle. I've added it to a stack of quilts that I'm planning to donate this fall where I'm sure it will find an owner to use it and love it.
If you haven't done so already, head over to Sew, Bike, Quilt and check out her 100 Quilts for Kids. I have a small stack of quilts ready to go, now I just need to find a local organization to give them to!