Get over it
All this whinin' and cryin' and pitchin' a fit
Get over it, get over it"
I think when we work on a quilt we are up close and personal with it for so long we see everything that is "wrong" with it. Sometimes when I finish a quilt I am not even sure I like it. I usually need to step back from it before I find I like it.
So now what do I work on? I am ready to get started on my red and white schoolhouse quilt.
blog. It was made by someone called Judy. I have not had much luck tracking down Judy to give her credit for the pattern. Initially I saw it on pinterest, but that is usually not much help. So, Judy, if you see this please contact me so I an give you credit for the beautiful pattern. What I love about it is how the houses are arranged to create the illusion of a hillside with houses on it.
Since I am going to hand quilt this I am looking for batting suggestions. The last time I really did much hand quilting was back in the 90's and had to use Fairfield poly batting because that was the only batt that came in king size back then. For machine quilting I use either Warm and Natural or Quilter's dream cotton. I did try needling both of those and they seem alright. However, I was tempted to use a wool batting because I hear they are really easy to hand quilt. I am considering Quilter's dream wool since it can be washed and machine dried under cool temps. It is supposed to be easy to hand quilt. This quilt will be a wall hanging so I need to be sure that the wool will work under those circumstances.
Any suggestions for batting?
Linking to Nina-Marie.
Thanks for reading.