I added little triangles in the corners of the curved letters for help create more realistic looking letters. I think it helped, not so blocky and chunky.
Here's the a and e.
And finally all sewn together. (Made a little error on the tail of that E, but just patched it up and went on!)
The A kind of looks a little funny, but I think once I get the fabric sewn on the bottom, it will look fine. I am completely out of the pink polka dots, so I'll have to figure something out there! You can already see the little scrap I had to put in over the A and I was piecing together small pieces over that N to eke out every bit of the pink polka dots.
And there are a lot of vowels in this name, k-A-I-t-l-I-n, phew!
As you can probably tell, this is part of Horsey Quilt 2.0. (My kids just love that I name my quilts, they think it is hilarious!) Happy weekend.