I quilted my twisting ribbon/rope/whatever that I like to do in the interlocking black rectangles. In the Santa squares, I did 1/4-inch in, twice, for two boxes. It's not super creative, but that print is so wonderfully busy that it doesn't need much.
I marked a general arch to twist through in the black rectangles using white chalk - mostly so I'd remember where I was going. I have a super great tool to remove the chalk marks:
Oh, sure. It might look like an old toothbrush I ran through the dishwasher a time or two ... but ... well, OK. That's exactly what it is - and I haven't found anything that works any better. (It's an extra-soft, in case anyone is wondering.) Just a light brushing - no floss required. ☺
Here it is, all quilted and ready for the binding:
As you can see, my Guide Dog for the Color Blind was extremely helpful in the process.
I would have loved to use the green for the binding, but alas, I only have a few small scraps of it left. I went with black - which I also used for the back.
Once I get it hand-sewed to the back, I'll be spending some quality time with a tape roller, removing errant husky hairs. (Black?!? What was I thinking?!?)
Love how the runner is coming out - it's a "Magic Nine-Patch" block (or Disappearing Nine-Patch) ... with a little special lay-out employed. Very fun and easy!!!
Thanks for reading!
The runner is beautiful and the husky hairs add the perfect accent! I'm still intrigued by the heart quilt in the background! :)ReplyDelete
I like the black, but I'm with you on the fluff :)ReplyDelete
You do such beautiful work! :)ReplyDelete
Woofs & hugs, <3
~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)
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