...and finally am finished with all but the binding. I used bright scraps for the webs, scraps for the batting zig-zagged together. This is the second method of construction I've used on a spider web quilt and I didn't like the first method and didn't like this method but I have one more to try. This method left me with a lot of leftover fabric for what I used for the centers. Normally I would link to the place where I found the tutorial but since I don't recommend it I won't.
Spiderman is on the back and you can kind of see all the webs and the curliques I quilted on the cobweb stars.
But my spiderweb quilt is not the only thing I quilted on this weekend. I've had a Christmas tree skirt top laying around here for a couple of months that needed to be finished up as a gift for my daughter.
I then cut them on the diagonals...
Check out the progress on other UFOs at UFO Sunday at Free Motion Quilting Project. While I'm feeling linky I'm also linking up to Sew Many Ways Sew Darn Crafty linky party - a great place to pick up ideas. And to see what is on everyone's design walls visit Design Wall Monday at Patchwork Times.