|Don't zoom...it needs pressing and thread clipping!|
It's really fun to watch it grow! I loved that I could get a significant amount done in my sewing sessions. I felt like I really got a lot accomplished each time I went into the sewing room. And I liked doing each of the individual steps, nothing felt too tedious or frustrating. (Yes, that's an ABC poster in the background of the picture to the left. My sewing space is shared by my girls, and that's the "playing school corner.")
Well, there are a lot of seams to match and points to pin (I know there are some of you who never pin...but I"m not in your camp...yet.), but even that wasn't too bad. And I found that once the points were pinned, the squares were pretty forgiving, since they were cut across the grain, and sewing was really easy. Most of my points even came out pretty well! Not 100% perfect, but not bad at all. And when put all together and viewed from a distance, well, I feel pretty good about it!
I found a pretty backing, so sometime soon that will get washed, and then it's on to basting and quilting. I think this will be quilted along the inside of each chevron. And, just for fun, I think I might hand quilt inside the light colored chevrons with pink pearl cotton. We'll see. I really hope to finish this one before the end of August.
Here are two more pictures of my Pink and Brown Chevron Quilt. How do you like the " model pose" in the first one? (Heeheehee. That's my MonkeyNinja!)
|Yes, those neutrals are mix and matched. This is (mostly) a stash buster, so I went with what I had. It doesn't bother me, but it drives my older daughter NUTS! She is my perfectionist!|
I'm linking up with Needle and Thread Thursday at My Quilt Infatuation, and Finish It Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts. I just love these two Linky Parties. Such great sources of inspiration, and so fun to have them to look through all weekend!