I love Craftsy. I really do. You can learn all kind of great things. This is the 3rd quilt I have made from the Craftsy class Improvisation Piecing, Modern Design by Jacquie Gering.
I think there are 6 different quilts in the class and I’m going to make every one of them. I learn something new every time I complete one and my techniques keep improving.
I love this quilt. I love the color combination but what I love most of all is that I didn’t have not one little pucker on the back. Hip hip hooray.
This quilt took me a little longer to make. Not because it was harder but because I was tired. Tired from working, not sewing. Sewing is my peace time.
Because the lines were so straight, I decided to keep with a straight line quilting although I did use my homemade midarm to stitch it. (If you haven’t read how I made my own midarm machine, you can read about it here and here.) I have more room to quilt my midarm than my home sewing machine. To keep my lines straight, I drew them on.
Stop by tomorrow as I’ve written up instructions on how I made the chevron quilting pattern.
See you next time.