Well, it's probably the easiest scrap quilt, no pattern quilt that I could make, yet it took me forever. I had purchased the dinosaur fabric on my New York trip, from The City Quilter. Only bought 1/2 yard of each. I was so overwhelmed with all the gorgeous stuff, that I really didn't have a plan for a quilt. So I thought 1/2 yard would suffice. I probably needed more for a more substantial pattern, but I just concocted this on my own.
I took lots of time off from quilting. Had some weeks of no production at all. Procrastinating, summer things to do. But it's done. It's not perfect, but the boys adore it. I used the ultra soft minky fabric on the back which is so cuddly and warm. There is minky fuzz everywhere in my sewing space right now, which I'll have to tackle with the vacuum soon. I used minky for the binding as well, which wasn't as difficult as I thought. This was also a great project to practice my meandering stitch on, as if it's not perfect the kids don't care, right?
Also, this was my first project using spray adhesive to baste the layers together. OMG I will never go back! I had no puckers at all, and no problems with shifting. It was awesome.
still trying to tackle tension problems with the bobbin thread tension at times. Sometimes, just stopping, snipping, and restarting helped. I think a bit of it may be just my speed and the rate at which I move my fabric. Still working on that.
I'm debating washing the quilt right away...I love the look of the puckery character, but I'm just enjoying and feeling proud of the work I did right now.
Still two more quilts to machine quilt, but I have an itch to start a new project. We'll see.