Welcome to another Linky Tuesday at Freemotion by the River!
If you receive my newsletter then you probably already know that we should be in Minnesota right now. Yesterday was Bob’s moms 98th birthday and we wanted to share it with her. I have a feeling that as you are reading this…..little Sadie is sitting on her lap!
I wanted to share a peek at this beautiful batik quilt that I recently had quilted. It is a king size quilt for our bed and I just didn’t want to do it on my domestic sewing machine. I’ve done them before but……I love how the quilter was able to do a large pattern which left my quilt fluffy. When I free motion quilt I am so used to doing small loops and swirls that I have a very hard time doing a large design. This means my quilts are pretty flat.
I used the same quilt block that I used to make a quilt for my niece last year. I have the tutorial on my Life Along the River post and I have also just uploaded a PDF that you can download. I hope you enjoy it and as soon as the Mississippi river gets back in its banks I’ll share more photos of this quilt using the bell along the river. Be sure and check out that post to see what a quilt looks like hanging on the bell.
Now it is your turn to share a project!
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