I finished a quilt I've been working on.
It's made with this pattern: Eclipse by Sandy Brewer of Quilt Country
It's a good pattern, comes in 2 sizes, I made the larger one.
It's the first one that I have gotten tired of quilting before I got finished.
I love machine quilting, and usually I'm sad to get finished with a project.
Not this one.
I used 1500 yards of thread in the quilting, and it's just a twin-size quilt!
I love the finished product!
And the light was really neat to take pics. There's 20 different batik prints in there.
There are 4 full circles in the quilt, and they are done in spirals.
The rest is done in a chaos texture, which made it really shrink up pretty.
You can see it better from the back of the quilt.
So here's what I learned from this quilt:
1. I really like curved piecing
2. This is a quick quilt, even though it doesn't necessarily look like it
3. I am always glad when I take a chance on more daring quilting!
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