I decided to continue my little experiment and see if I could enhance the optical illusion with quilting.
The quilting is far from perfect. But I think I like it.
I grabbed a bit of an old yellow calico for the backing.
The next photo shows the quilting texture, which is both good and bad on a bit like this, every bobble and imperfection shows.
Amazing how difficult it is to get photos of this!
Have a great day!
i think you’ve done a wonderful job on this. we are always our own worst critics. i remember when someone made me learn not to point out the problem. other people don’t see them. i do know that when we are looking so close behind the big machine, things stand out hugely. you did good. patti in florida
That is really cool! You do the best straight line quilting I’ve ever seen!
I think you did a great job and accomplished your goal! Very nice!
Only YOU would spot any imperfections, Katy. I think it’s great.
Wow, the quilting really makes this quilt!
It looks wonderful!! You made such a nice quilt!! I love the colors. Hugs,
I love this Quilt.
I LOVE it! The quilting definitely makes it pop!
Love all the Escher impossible objects. Well done Katy.
My husband and daughter and i , we love these quilts! We also admire a Dutch designer : Escher
You can google him when you like. Love Anneke
I think it’s great! Sometimes we’re our own worst critics. Carry on!