Learning curve

This was my first go at totally free-motion quilting. What fun! I don’t know how well the details show up, but it was a wild adventure. Each block was around 5×5. Within each block I quilted a pattern that reminded me of the print within the white.

This was for Kimball. He was born Feb of 2010. His room has brown and shades of blue polk-a-dots. One pronounced color in his room is teal. I tried to put enough of it in his blanket to compliment his room without screaming matchy-matchy.
You can’t tell, but I have four patterns and solids making up the white. The white was randomly pieced. It resulted in excessive sewing, ironing, measuring, resewing, ironing, trimming, etc.
It was too much fun.
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About RedKiwiDIY

I am a Mormon. I am a wife. I am a mom. I am a daughter. I am a sister. I am a friend. I am an individual. I enjoy creating. Children, food, tables, gingerbread houses, gardens, homes, quilts, and everything in between. I love the act and result of creating beautiful things. I mess these creation up, frequently. I still love them and I learn from each mistake. Join me on this journey of learning and growing.
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2 Responses to Learning curve

  1. Tecia says:

    AMazing! And I’m so excited it will finally be prominently displayed every day on his bed when he switches out of the portacrib in the summer

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