I got this little top on the frame and quilted up!
When I use that blue pen for marking, I always run my quilt through a wash cycle without detergent, to make sure the pen markings are fully rinsed. I intended to have bigger circles in the sashing, but I accidentally started with the smaller ones and I didn’t want to rip it out and start over.
So much texture!
Here is the back. Nothing special, just grabbed it from the stash.
It’s just okay, but won’t be seen much anyway.
And here it is hanging in my hallway.
Have a great day!
Adore your quilt! You always make it look so simple but I know otherwise. ? – what blue pen did you mark with? Have you ever had any trouble with the ink washing out?
Good tip regarding the blue marking pen. Do you use the blue pen when you hand quilt too, which I assume sits on the quilt a longer time than when you machine quilt. Just wondering if it’s harder to remove if it’s on the fabric longer.
Awesome little wall hanging!
It has been so long since I did any applique (I think it was when Lori over at HumbleQuilts had the Gwen Marston medallion mystery, but I don’t remembrer how long ago that was…. I still haven’t quilted it!)… I remember the quilt you made, and loved it!
It’s gorgeous!! I love it. The quilting is beautiful. Hugs,
Can’t oooh and aaah enough. Gorgeous. Cindy
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I love it, Katy. It’s a great size for a hallway wall.
Such a pretty, crisp design, and the quilting is, of course, perfect for the quilt!
Love it. The quilting gives great texture. I’m always afraid of marking the top with anything.
Beautifull quilting ; the quilt shows strong and quiet.