A lot of quilting has been done in this quilt. I started with stitching in the ditch, but it was different this time it wasn't straight lines, it was wiggly lines. Talk about challenging yourself. By the time I finished highlight all the blocks I got really good at quilting free-hand wiggly lines.
|Wiggly Lines Back of the Quilt|
|ABC Quilt - showcasing wiggly lines around the blocks. The binding was done with a fabric with allover ABC's.|
I then quilted around each big letter and the motif/image inside each block. This whole quilt was a lot of quilting in straight or should I say wiggly lines. This was really a good practice of this type of quilting.
To be able to read the words in the outside border of the quilt, I choose a loopy loopy design which would not block the words in the outer border. This was really fun.
Here is a picture of the quilt after all the quilting was complete of each block.
|Quilted Block and quilted inner border.|
|Quilted Blocks - Motifs and big letter|
|Loopy Loop FMQ design on the outer border|
|Paisley FMQ design|
|Heart Paisley FMQ design|
|Spike Paisley FMQ design - which looks like Dinosaur claws|
|Quilted Blocks - Picture2|
|Binding was done with all over ABC fabric|
|Binding and back of the quilt|
It was fun to quilt some of the Leah's FMQ designs: Paisley, Heart Paisley and Spike Paisley.
Enjoy the pictures!