#8 of 10 is quilted. I had to be up early this morning to take Finn to grooming so after getting the t-shirt quilt trimmed and the binding on, I loaded and quilted my Windmills top. Pantograph is Chevrons but as you can see, I just loosely followed it and didn’t attempt perfectly straight lines … my machine isn’t computerized and I knew when I bought the pantograph I’d use it more for spacing than attempting to follow it exactly. I was hoping I’d like the effect – I do AND it suites this quilt.
I’ll start hand stitching the binding down tonight but this afternoon I’m going to read a bit and then crochet.
This quilting suits the quilt to a T! I have always thought a pantograph was only for the computerized long arms, but after you said yours wasn’t computerized, I did research on it and now I understand. You are n a roll, Mary! You are getting so much done!
You are being a speed demon checking items off your list! Congratulations on chipping away on the LIST.
The pantograph does suit the quilt perfectly. You just amaze me with how much you get done in a day. How many quilts on average do you quilt and donate in a year?
Nice job on Quilt #8, Mary!! Straight lines (with or without) rulers are a challenge on the longarm. Even more so when done on the diagonal!
You are on a roll! Great quilting plan.