I have two Machine Quilting Projects in various stages of completion.
I previously posted about my first attempt at low-fat quilting, and I’m about one-third of the way completed on the Aerial quilt:
A ROBOT FOR HOPE:
In the middle of working on the Aerial quilt, I agreed to make a “boy” quilt for the charity, Margaret’s Hope Chest, a quilt-a-long hosted by Crazy Mom Quilts. The pattern was a rail fence:
I had some “robot” pieces left over from another “boy” quilt I made.
I was inspired to create a “robot” for the back and to use a “circuit board” for the quilting:
I’m about one-quarter through the quilt with the “circuit boards.” It needs to be completed and delivered by August 1. Calling technical support?
It’s a wrap. I finished the quilt and shipped it. The final product was one of my favorites:
4 thoughts on “Two Machine Quilting Projects”
I just love all the colors and the robots are too cute.
Thanks. I was so happy to make such a cute quilt. I also improved my free motion quilting skills.
As a mentor for a robotics team, I love love love this quilt and want to make it for all the kids! But that is a lot of robots. I also love the orange, that will be one lucky little boy!
I loved making the robot. I didn’t have a pattern. I improvised and that give it a funky vibe.