Other than the color around the Spiderman blocks, I made the quilts identical so that there would be less to fight about.
Thanks to a brilliant suggestion by Ruth Beebe, I had my long arm quilter Dee Small add spiderweb quilting to the quilts. This is a close up and you might be able to see the quilting a little better on the back (again identical).
Yes, that is a label on the back of the quilt - can you believe it? It's not very fancy but the little boys were very pleased with the fact that each of their quilts had their name on the label. Small pleasures!
I did also spend some time photographing two of my quilts and then submitting my photographs to New Quilts of Northern California for the exhibit at PIQF in October. I don't know whether one of my quilts will be selected for the show. I did have one selected last year and it was so fun to see my work hanging at a big quilt show! One of my friends from the BAM guild and I are going to photograph our quilts using a hanging system that she had installed in her loft with the hope that we will obtain more professional results. I would like to submit a quilt or two to QuiltCon, but need good photos.
I'm going to get back to quilting now that I'm home. Have a number of projects in the works. More about that later...
Aaaaanyway, that's it from the Robertson household.