Now that I am getting ready to hand quilt a wall hanging for my husband I have been thinking about all of the quilts I have hand quilted in the past. In fact when I first started quilting that is the only way I quilted.
This dinosaur wall hanging quilt I made for my daughter when she was very young and was into dinosaurs. It was a based on a pattern by Debora Konchinsky. She has tons of patterns. Go here if you would like to see them. Critter Pattern Works.
I picked my daughters favorite dinosaurs of all the choices that were offered. This was one of the first times I used fusible web in a quilt. In fact I used a fusible web made by Aleene’s. I sure miss seeing that craft show on TV. Plus I learned to do satin stitch for this quilt and sure knew how to satin stitch by the time this quilt was done!
I echo quilted quilted around the dinosaurs with mostly pink thread and quilted the names of the dinosaurs in the border. I made the most elaborate label I ever made for a quilt for this one. My daughter named the quilt.