which has allowed me to concentrate on this.
I made it bigger in an effort to get through some more of my scraps, including some that had clearly been hanging around for longer than I remembered.
Then I decided to quilt it in a diagonal grid pattern with just an inch between each line so it wasn't long before this popped up on my machine's screen.
Several squirts later and I was done.
And then we ventured outside for a spot of photography.
With a semi-willing photographer's assistant who saw no need to put shoes on.
|I'm thinking an orange and purple quilt would be quite striking.|
The back is just one piece of fabric I'd had for ages that was big enough.
The shoeless photographer's assistant proceeded to walk across a wet, grassy field.
By which time the photographer was feeling slightly twitchy but managing not to say anything in lieu of the help being received.
But then the photographer caved in and resorted to the trusty photographer's standby - the washing line.
And although the light levels were not as good, it did show the quilting off better and equilibrium was restored.
'Robbing Peter to pay Paul'? It is apparently the name of the quilt block I used in this quilt.
I guess there is nothing new under the quilting
Just variations on a theme.
(Blocks were made with Jenny's Quick Curve Ruler)