Continuing the topic of scallop borders from my previous post, I should have shown this option:
|Another super easy way to get a scalloped border is to quilt one!|
I used my sets of swag rulers from Handiquilter
|I wanted to use this stripe for the binding, but|
only had fat quarters, so I did a lot of piecing.
|We finally had a little sunshine to show off the quilting!|
| Temecula Anniversary Row Quilt |
I loaded this on my machine a while back but didn't have time to quilt it right away. When I realized retreat time was coming up and I needed a quilt to donate to the facilities fund raising auction, I had to get to work! I planned to donate my Scrappy Trip Around the World top, so I managed to get the Row quilt done with some freehand and ruler work in order to be able to load the Trip quilt.
|Yay! The Trip quilt is quilted and bound. I used an all over panto design.|
|Grandmother's Choice Block 33: Contrary Husband|
(we all know about those!)
|I may not get to post Stitch Therapy photos until after retreat, but I had to show you Jeanne's antique quilt she brought to show us--beautifully quilted by Rebecca Anakala!|