Finished this one this morning and I think it turned out pretty good.
This is the lady's first quilt, so I think she will be happy.
Quilting flowers always makes me happy.
It's a little hard to see the back because the thread matches pretty well, but if you click on the picture it will enlarge so you can see the stitching.
You can see that when you repeat the same design in each block, and then repeat a similar design in the sashing,
you come up with a pleasing overall design that is even in density.
I'll be teaching a class in Midwest City, OK this weekend at
"Free Motion Quilting Expanded"
So you've taken a beginning free motion class but still don't know what to put on your quilt. Come Saturday or Monday with a small quilt(no bigger than a throw), basted and ready to quilt. And we will brain storm on how to decide what YOU can put on your quilt.
This is a highly individualized class and is slanted towards each student's abilities.
There will be time for quilting on your quilt in class.
Call the Corner for details and to reserve your spot. If we don't know you're coming I probably won't be there.
You can also leave comments here if you have questions.
There is no reason to wait.
Don't wait til you retire,
or the kids are grown,
or you get your sewing room (I quilt in the living room of a one bedroom apartment for garden seed!),
or you get good enough.
Start quilting now.
You don't get better unless you quilt!!!