Sunday, April 15, 2012

Tiny quilt made from sample effort at Free Motion. I see I really need to study up on binding. I used pre-packaged wide bias tape and I just couldn't seem to get it to miter the corners. SO - the other piece I made I sewed strips on each end, then on the sides and then tucked in the corners, and made two other sample pieces into a cat pad. The cat loves it, so that is sufficient gratification for now. Imagine me even putting this picture up. Being brave. I love the Seattle fabric I got at Hancock's in Seattle a few years back. Next is to scope out a Lutterloh pattern for some summer pants and get my quilt quilted.


The Slapdash Sewist said...

Nice job on the FMQ! Your markings are impressively regular and even.

catspec said...

Thank you for the nice words! We will not mention the binding, and I owe the nice stitching to my Pfaff which does such a nice job on FM! I think smaller projects really help for practice too, as a large project is a bit confusing at first - at least I am finding a large project confusing! :)