Sometimes I see a quilt that supposedly has a flaw and I totally can't find what the blogger is talking about. Other times, I can only find it if I hunt for awhile. Other times, yeah, it's pretty obvious. So I'm gonna show you my bunchy quilting and let you tell me how bad it really is. I tell myself that the look will change after I wash it and maybe it won't all be so noticeable. Anyway, seriously, how noticeable is it? [and I don't mean the general tug of fabric, I know that's pretty clear :) ]
Did you find it? 'Bout the middle of the shot, where blue and polka dot are above white and blue.
When I sent my Gma the birdie quilt, my mom pointed out that she didn't have a quilt made by me. Noted. My mom's house has a guest bed with bedding that is, shall we say, less than cute, so that is where the quilt from me will go.
I've got another project in the works, too. A sister-in-law was in town when my mom got her dislocated hip goodie bag. Thankfully, my SIL doesn't need a walker bag, but apparently she did need a book purse. After a pic text consultation, she chose Donna Parker in Hollywood. (I read this one and I so don't have a problem gutting it. Seriously a page was missing and I didn't even notice, the editing was so bad throughout the rest of the book.) Anyway, so I'm thinking the big floral to go with the
And check it out, I'm being featured over at Quiltstory today.