Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Quilt Along Wednedsay
I came home from work today and the first thing I did was kick off my shoes. I walked over the the kitchen sink and my sock was suddenly wet. Eew! I hate that. I looked down and OMGosh! Over the summer I had a brief interlude with tie-dying and fabric dying. My friend had mixed me up some plum color that I had in a milk jug. It wasn't upside down or anything. I wonder if the dye ate a little hole in the jug? I didn't bother to check. I was trying to clean it up without getting anymore dye anywhere.
It could have been worse. There was quite a bit of dye left in the jug that I poured out.
In better news, I got my Greek Cross Quilt all quilted and trimmed up. Ready for binding!
I have seen a lot of edge to edge quilting lately. A lot of straight lines and waves. How would you quilt this in a big quilt? Would you keep it edge to edge still, or start in the middle? Your quadrant quilting method is great for the designs we have done so far. Will it work for edge to edge quilting?
I'm linking up with Quilt Along Wednesday's at the Free Motion Quilting Project.