I started out thinking I would only do vertical lines, but then changed my mind and decided to put lines both directions and slant them to match the edges of the stripes. However, somewhere along the way I got another brilliant idea to do the center differently.
All I can say is, it's done and I'm glad that I did it, but I don't like the puffy wool at all in this quilt. I had to put twice as many rows in the quilt than I had originally planned to try to get it flattened.
So, every quilt has a story, and every exercise teaches us something new. How about your quilts and your processes? Learning or trying anything new? I hope so!
I like using wool. It is light and airy and makes a cuddly kind of quilt. I do get what you are saying about it not working that well for your purpose in this project. I'm trying quilting with rulers which is not going well! Trying something new or different is important to keep projects interesting.ReplyDelete