Well, I've finished the 4th and final quilt for my son... at least until he's older and decides he's into something besides robots, bugs, or transportation. ;)
Here's his "Going in Circles" quilt. I used Ann Kelle's super cute fabric collection, Ready, Set, Go!, along with some other fabrics I had on hand. I had seen this circle-in-a-square pattern in a magazine a while back, and I knew that I wanted to do it someday. I felt this fabric collection was perfect for it! The Easy Circle Cut ruler really made cutting circles much easier!
I had to wash this right after I finished it, because I love the way the edges of the circles fray in the wash. It looks so cozy and soft! :) I did minimal quilting on this quilt, since I wanted it to stay a little softer. I just did some straight lines 1/4" along the horizontal seams.
The only part I'm not super happy about is the back. I obviously still have a problem lining up my backs correctly with my fronts. :/ I used some Riley Blake Cheery Circles in green, along with a few leftover blocks to continue the circle theme from the front.
For the binding, I used Ann Kelle's Remix in Bermuda. The colors matched perfectly, and I love the stripes!
My son is excited to have another quilt to swap out when he's feeling in the mood for a new theme! ;)