Snakes, Snails, Puppy Dog Tails !
I finally dug it out of the UFO pile to quilt because I wanted to practice some spider web quilting. I'm working on a bigger project I want to quilt with spider webs so why not practice on a baby quilt.
I don't have a longarm....just a plain Jane Janome DSM and my fingers sometimes don't work right and my eyes don't see right but I usually end up with an acceptable end result. I tried to interconnect all spider webs and when washed it gave the little quilt just the right amount of soft puffiness that I love in a quilt.
Sometimes I didn't back track along all lines well enough. (Poor kitties stuck in those spiderwebs.)
And sometimes the web went a little past where it should have connected. But what little boy is going to notice or care? And, I got in some spider web free motion quilting practice and a finished quilt.
I used this wild fabric from my stash. I probably found it on sale somewhere since that's how most of my stash gets here.
(Actually, one of my 8 year old tomboy granddaughters fell in love with this quilt. I gave her some scraps and crumbs to work with to incorporate into something of her own. )
Can I Get a Whoop Whoop at Confessions of a Fabric Addict? And why not give a few others a Whoop Whoop while you are there. (Oh, and what a surprise to see my last week's finish as Sarah's fav of the week!!! I'm blushing.)
And, since I've got another UFO finish I'm going to link up to Finish it Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts.