What made me decide to quilt two large tops in one week?! Chris wanted a bedspread from camouflage fabric for his camper. Size is 80 x 99. Quilting is freehand, dwirling. They did not have a wide fabric so I bought 6 yards and cut the binding and pieced the top in 3 pieces. One width of fabric in the center and half of the other width on either side.
The quilting shows up better on the flannel backing.
Glad to have this one quilted too! In January, I had a goal to quilt everything but my projects … so the donation tops from Sue were finished, Mom’s Hunter Star was quilted and Chris’ camo quilt. Now all I have here is my stuff … of course both Mom’s and Chris’ quilts need to be bound but everything that isn’t mine is quilted!
The binding can be done in Georgia for Chris’s quilt yoj have done a huge amount.
Make that you.
Way to go, Mary!!! What are you going to do with yourself next week? Oh, right… Packing!
Your freehand quilting — dwirling — looks great! Can you give a little detail on how you do it?
I like the “dwirling” quilting. I haven’t tried that. So now I will. You make me feel so guilty. I don’t get 1/4 of the stuff done that you do.
Betting he will love that camo bedspread. It looks very cozy.