I promise this is the final teal and brown quilt. I made the first two quilts (found here and here) and then wanted to experiment while using the last of the material I had left. It did not turn out as I imagined it. I didn’t mind the way I had pieced it. It was just that the way I tried to quilt it did not work with the quilt – at all. I wanted to throw it away, but that is a waste of materials and I knew I could eventually fix it. So there it sat in a cubbyhole piled under a bunch of fabric until I could figure out what to do with it.
Well that day finally arrived because lately I have been very motivated to quilt and sew more. I have a lot of projects that need to be finished so I grabbed my seam ripper and proceeded to tear all the very poor quilting out of this fabric. I then went in and hand stitched squares on the quilt in alternating
blues, added some machine stitching for reinforcement and then bound it.
Pardon the poor quality of the pictures. I went outside of course every time I was about to take pictures it wasn’t sunny, then as soon as I get back inside, the sun comes out. Isn’t that just sometimes the way it goes though?
This Quilt is available at my etsy shop found here.
Thanks for looking!