|The pattern I started with is Welded from the FQ Shop. I did a little tweaking :)|
|After discussing it with the client, the decision was made to do the corners in a solid triangle. . . and then quilt the snot out of it ;)|
|TA DA! Finished flimsy :)|
I decided on setting triangles because I wanted the center to float. I think that worked out well. This is not my first on point quilt. It has been awhile though and I had forgotten about the pinning. . . all that pinning!! LOL As you can see from the first picture, I made all of the blocks, had all of the sashing pieces cut and put everything on the wall prior to sewing it together. I was actually able to sew the entire top together with no upside down animals! :) Even though there is a good amount of bias in this baby, it came out square and without ripples too - double bonus! haha
The top is now mostly quilted. I just have some sashing pieces and half of the setting triangles left to quilt. The quilting has been slow going but I'll save that story for the finish post. . . which will be later this week :) It has been a love/hate relationship with this top during the quilting. I am currently in a love place and can't wait to get it finished up and washed so I can show you! Oh, and of course deliver it to the customer ;) Finish post here!!
Linking up with Beth for MCM, Judy for DWM and Amanda Jean for Finish it up Friday. Needing a little inspiration? Check out their linky parties! I'm off to finish up the quilting on this one! :D
Until next time, keep on quilting!