I've completed my Flying Geese Quilt. It's actually been finished since mid February, but I'm just now getting around to photographing it and posting about it.
Isn't it divine? I haven't free-motion quilted in 4 years because I almost always have tension problems. Nothing has changed with the machine since then that I know of. I really wanted to free motion this one. So I tested the machine again and it was decent. So I went for it.
Here it is all layed out (poor photo quality - sorry). As you can see I added some boarders to add length. We like long throw quilts in this house. Must expand from husband's neck to over the his toes.
It never looks like this. Neatly folded that is.
More like this...as a fort. Of course its my new favorite too.
51" x 76"
Pattern: Geese in the Middle by Aneela Hoey
Fabrics: Jelly Roll of Chicopee, and scraps from Greenfield Hill.
Both by Denyse Schmidt
You may barely notice my two new photos above the mantel. They are new, and dreamy. I'm finally at peace with my mantel set up. I got them from here.