I still had no idea what I wanted to quilt in the wider strips when I finished up the fern quilting this morning. I looked through my books but nothing seemed right and in the end I quilted some wavy vertical lines since I wanted to maintain the vertical feel that the giraffe print gave.

It’s trimmed and ready for binding maybe later today but I’m going to read and then knit a bit now.

9 thoughts on “Quilted

  1. Mary

    I think we’re too hard on ourselves. We expect perfection and that’s really not the point. When we read a good boo or even a great one, we don’t read every single word. I think your quilting on the domestic machine looks great and even better, it’s going to a child who needs to be wrapped in a hug. I love the bright colors you choose. Your blog post is always (oops, there’s perfection) one I enjoy reading. Thanks!

  2. Linda Barnhouse

    Thank you for sharing your quilts and how you decide on your quilting designs, I am a new follower and a new longarm owner. I am having a hard time deciding on free motion designs for a “newbie”. I believe your quilt designs are ones that I can follow to create my own personal free motion designs. While they appear to be simple, they are beautiful and really compliment your quilt. Thank you for inspiring me and giving me ideas for designs that I believe I can actually accomplish.

  3. Linda

    The quilting is lovely! It gives me new ideas. I am so uptight when I try to decide what to quilt. I need to be freer. The fabrics are so cute, too.

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