Directions: Draw a doodle then fill the sections in with FMQing!
I used scrap batting and material for this piece - I have too many other projects in progress and was afraid to cut into the new batting for fear I'd mess up the calculations made when purchasing the batting. I join this with some of my other practice pieces to make a nice lap quilt!
I can tell I have improved as I did not break a needle or jam up the thread while doing this.
Next time I would plan ahead so I could travel to the different sections - I will use this idea again. It was fun!
You too can join up with the 2012 SewCalGal's Free-Motion Quilt Challenge now to become a better free motion quilter and have the chance to win fabulous prizes!!
To enter the June drawing:
1. Write blog entry or post a photo on Flicker. Copy and save the URL.
2. Then go to http://sewcalgal.blogspot.com/p/free-motion-quilt-challenge.html
3. Click on the June link - you'll go to the screen with information about the challenge for June. The direct link is: http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com/2012/06/june-fmq-challenge-by-cindy-needham.html
4. Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and add the link to your site.
I'm #125 on this list! I'm coding all my entries about this project with SewCalGalFMQ2012 so clicking on that will show the most recent post on top.