Haha Yeah right! It's not gonna be that easy, Sarah. This is the mini quilt I made in Christina's curves class during Sewing Summit. Curves are fun! I love this pattern, too. I had finished it and sandwiched it during Saturday free sewing. It wasn't until after I started quilting tonight that I realized I hadn't really basted it. Luckily, it was small and it stuck together pretty good. Perhaps ironing it helped? Who knows.
I should have drawn the quilting pattern on the shells (what I'm calling them) instead of free handing, and I'm not good at stitching in the ditch with the FMQ foot, but the loops? I love them. Which is good. The reason I pulled out this mini was because I wanted to practice (again) before I get started on Adam's quilt. I'm nervous to do that, but I'm excited to get it done. We'll see.
|The back of the mini|
Anyway, I still have to trim and bind this mini, but once I move my sewing room to it's new room (I will find out which room in mid-December when we find out if Baby is boy or girl), it will go on the wall. Along with the other quilt I made in the Shapes & Angles class, plus the blocks I made during Sewing Summit 2011 will be turned into mini quilts. Since I don't make mini quilts, my wall will actually be a Sewing Summit wall. What better thing could you have in your sewing room?