Another UFO bites the dust! I made this top last October with Enchanted Garden charms. I don’t tend to gravitate toward those romanticy florals, but this one worked for me. It had great tonals and a Monet feel to the floral prints.
I completely quilted this top as my 2nd practice quilt on the long arm. Then I unquilted it, folded it up, and left it in a lump on my project table.
This past week, I was made another run at the quilting, and am so much happier with the results. The first quilting was a stipple meander & I requilted with scrolls & loops.
I even did bias cut binding on this one. I never do that if there is no curve. The Ruby sherbet stripe was a great match & the design on bias is much more interesting.
So this quilt feels like a real achievement. It’s just a simple pattern, but for all it went through to be finished, it makes me happy.
The pattern is called a Disappearing Four Patch. I’ve uploaded a quick down & dirty pattern to our website. You can use this pattern with any size square. I gave dimensions for what I made only. If videos help you, click here to go to youtube. I find having the pattern while I sew is easier. Since my computer is not in my sewing space, I get frustrated having to run between rooms when using a video only. Enjoy!