Surprisingly I’ve never quilted anything with continuous curves before – I knew these squares would be too challenging at 6 inches to get a smooth curve without using a ruler (and I DON’T like rulers) so I decided I’d just quilt them in a wonky style and not worry about trying to be consistent. I’ve decided that any quilting I do should just be called Wonky and then I won’t stress as much about the inconsistencies!
I wanted this donation quilt to be soft and cuddly so I didn’t want a lot of quilting – just enough. Want the instructions for piecing the top? Click the link – Boxed Squares.
Look who’s enjoying his freedom – happy to be back up on his perch and enjoying the view of these beautiful changing trees.
Love how the quilting turned out. Oh Chesty! What a cutie. I am happy for both of you that things are back to normal.
Absolutely awesome quilting. Perfect for this quilt! Great job.
Love this quilting! Wonky is good! >>Speaking of good things, so nice to see a smile on Chesty’s face again!!!
Oh wow!! That looks wonderful!!>dawn
oh wow – That is GREAT .. I just love that and will work perfectly for gender neutral or male .. >>oh and love the quilt too 🙂>>great job Mary! >>hugs>grace
Love your wonky curves! It’s so nice to see Chesty back to perch!
That looks fantastic!
The wonky curves look great! And Chesty looks much happier.
Your Wonky curves are wonderful!>Chesty looks happy to be up again!
I love the colors in your boxed squares and your quilting is wonderful! Really softens the squareness of it all!
Wonky is best
Your wonky curves look great and it is so good to see Chesty looking happy again.
Mary, I love the curves! Now I want to do the boxed square just so I can quilt it like that!!
Wow! That’s amazing work you did. Really amazing. I love it.
Looks like Chesty is on top of the world again! >>I love your continuous curves, Mary! I’ve never tried going real “deep” with my curves…but after seeing yours, I may have to give it a try sometime. Great job!