I finished quilting and binding one of the Fraternal Four Patches quilt tops. I confess I’m not much for quilting on a domestic machine, especially my Featherweight, Lennie, who does nothing but straight-line stuff, but it’s done and QuiltnMama’s happy. I don’t use a walking foot on any of my machines as my experience with them has been less than stellar. I’ll wind up with the occasional puckered spot and some stretching, but I can live with it. Besides which, those little eccentricities will give the Quilt Police something to talk about.
I really love this Veggie Tales backing and I somehow acquired an embarrassingly large amount of it. I think this stuff sneaks in when I’m not looking.
The binding is my favorite part. Yes, yes, I’ve heard quilters bemoan the binding as tedious and mind numbingly boring, but I love it. Maybe even more than the piecing itself. Definitely more than the quilting. Ahem.
Gosh-darn-it, but that binding looks good!
Finished and folded and ready for someone to give it to. The Diva’s eyeing it for one of her dolls. Better keep my own eye on it or poof! it’ll be gone.
Happy Hump Day, y’all!