After a week of intense quilting, I have finally finished this beautiful quilt by my client "Joy". She wanted it quilted similarly to the quilt pictured on the pattern she used. The quilt pictured had diaganoal lines across the quilt 1/8 in apart with a very intricate feather pattern (they called it angel wings) in between the lines.
I did the lines 1/4 in apart, with a similar feather pattern, although not exactly the same.
I quilted the lines clear out to the edge of the quilt so that no matter where she puts the binding it will look like they go right into it. This actually made it quite easy for me, since I did the lines first, because I didn't need to use any pins once the lines were completed.
This is the back of the quilt. I think this is my favorite view.
Q: How did you get the lines so straight?
Q: You said you didn't need any pins. What does that mean?
Q: What do you mean when you say you worked from the bottom up? Is that normal?
Q: Why did you have to take the quilt off and turn it around?