I basted it and then it sat for awhile. Sometimes I hate that part...trying to think of what to quilt. I'm new to FMQing so my library of patterns that I can do is pretty limited. One in fact :) Ha! The ever famous loopdy-doo. I've been dying to add to that. My last quilt, the Forest QAL, gave me a chance to play around a bit. I tried stippling again and it actually came a lot easier than when I first started FMQing. So that's what I settled on and it came out great!
I love it! :) So glad I decided to do it and I'm so glad I now have two designs under my belt. I'm on a roll :) Ha! I will say though that this is probably my limit size wise. At 72" square, it was a whopper.
I went to Joann's for the backing and chose a lime green flannel and a fun multi print on brown for the binding. Flannel always makes a quilt so cozy for snuggling under in winter. Don't you think?
I love this pattern and would definately make it again. It's perfect for scraps! And a BIG thanks to all my Bee mates from the Stash Bee--I wouldn't have this quilt if it wasn't for all your blocks. Thank you!!
Pattern name: Arkansas Crossroads
measures: 72" x 72"
fabrics: assorted scraps from my Bee mates with Kona white
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