|Don't you love the texture where the edges lift from the background?|
Here are some quilting detail shots:
I started in the center and used a simple stipple - okay - it is my version of a stipple. It is harder to quilt in these narrow areas because you have to hold the edges out of the way as you go.
In this square I did a spiral in the very center. You can see that there are LOTS of threads that will need cleaned up once this is finished. The green fabric does a lot of shedding. So I will spend a lot of time snipping those away - later.
I plan to mount this piece on a board of some type so that it will hang on the wall like a painting.
But for now, I have more quilting to do on it. I am planning more pieces like this. Hopefully, I will have the opportunity to hang them in a gallery in the coming year.
If you are curious about this technique, the class is on sale at Craftsy for $14.99 (at least it was when I checked earlier today.)The same instructor, Carol Ann Waugh, teaches a class called Stupendous Stitching which is also half price right now. That is a low $19.99 for a great class. I did this piece in the class.
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