Lucky me! I got to work with some Remix fabric from Ann Kelle. I adore these fabrics, since they're just the perfect modern kids fabric! They're so bright and fun, yet not just for the kids either.
I added a few solids and a couple other prints to the boyish bundle she sent me, and used some simple patchwork squares again. I decided to try tying again, instead of quilting. This technique, together with the flannel on the back, add up to one of the softest quilts ever!
And I'm really liking the look of it too! I used up the last of the Remix fat quarters to make a scrappy binding. I think my favorite print is those green and blue dots in rows. Such a cool look for a binding!
Ann Kelle fabrics are manufactured by Robert Kaufman, so just search for "remix", or "Ann Kelle" and you should find them! I know that Hawthorne Threads and FatQuarterShop both have these prints in stock.
I also received a bundle of similar prints in girl colors, which is already a quilt, and I'll be showing you soon!