I have been working this week on my UFO of the month, which is a Storm At Sea wallhanging.
I finished machine quilting the blocks with stitching in the ditch. I'm not sure if you can see the quilting on the back?
Now I am pondering how to quilt the borders.
Looks like I'm on track to have this finished by the end of the month. Maybe I'll prepare the binding while I think about the borders?
I love how the quilting looks.
It looks pretty ( stitching shows up nicely! :)
Quilting looks great from the back. Great progress so far.
That looks like a lot of SID work and done quite well.
The quilting looks great!
Very pretty - great movement. I love to have the binding all set to go... makes that last step of trimming up the quilt faster so I can get to the fun binding part.
love the movement of the quilting
Whatever you quilt i n the border, the true star of this show is going to be the beautiful Storm At Sea piecing. I love this quilt!
That is a gorgeous back... color and quilting - beautiful.
The quilting really shows off the block design on the back. Well done. I'm sure you'll come up with just the right touch for the borders.
Yum, can't wait to see the finished product!
Quilting looks great from the back. You used the same fabric as the Borders. Maybe something wavy? Yea for be up to date on your goals.
I love the quilting! I'm not sure what the borders look like, but maybe bubbles would be a good contrast?
Great quilting. What a pretty quilt.
Pretty! Binding construction is good for pondering :)
yes I can see waves here, very appropriate for a storm at sea
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