Aren't they pretty & didn't she do a great job & for a first attempt too?
I have completed another project.
I call this quilt "Provence" because it reminds me of that region of France. I got the top from Linda Rotz Miller prolific & talented quilter-I actually won it in a drawing! She has a plethora of tops to choose from all very reasonably priced.
I quilted it with a freehand Baptist Fan design that I like very much especially for busy quilts that won't really show the quilting. doesn't the red binding set it off perfectly? Thanks Linda I love this quilt & it may be difficult to part with whenever it finds a new home!
I notice that there are a few threads on the back, it's hard to catch them all. Quilters always have threads hanging around it seems!
Here is the Rainforrest quilt, finally bound! It's small so it would make a good table topper or maybe a wall hanging.
I managed to cut out the fabric & piece a baby girl D9P last week while visiting with my friend- it's a really sweet quilt so I will get it on my LA tomorrow because the baby is due any day now I think. I sort of blew off today, recovering from the 9 hour road trip from CO. to AZ yesterday & the shock to my system of the transition from 55 degrees to 113! Yikes it is hot here!