This quilt seemed to take forever, but it was really only about a week of sewing. The customer started talking to me about it in early August. We arrived at a design, then she chose all her fabrics, then sent the links to me, I ordered the fabric, and then awaited it’s arrival. I started sewing the first week in October, but stopped to do other projects while waiting for that last piece of fabric to arrive. By that time, I had the back and binding made, so construction went smoothly. These are big geese, ten-inch blocks!
Quilting took a little longer, because a lot of it was straight lines with the walking foot. At 70″ x 90″, this was fairly large and took a lot of free-motion quilting after the lines, but after the Layer Cake Explosion, it was a breeze! It’s all quilted, top and bottom, with Superior Threads Bottom Line in silver.
I should get this in the mail on Monday. Whew!
I’m enjoying seeing your finishes this week!
I’m linking up to Finish it up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts.
October 27, 2017 at 8:48 PM
Beautiful quilting! It was worth a week of time!
October 27, 2017 at 8:50 PM
Thank you! I’m happy with it.
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