Quilting on the Panda quilt is moving along nicely. I decided Stitch in the Ditch was going to be my primary quilting stitch and all of the sashing has now been stitched. I saw a design in a quilting magazine where the block was a Nine-Patch, and the quilter simply sewed through each block from corner to corner. I thought this would be a neat way to set off the block and I altered it by using a serpentine straight stitch. It looks really cool. The white blocks will have block in a block stitching for a couple of rows, and I’ll be outlining all of the images individually. I might do a bit of ‘scribble’ quilting on the borders. I haven’t made my mind up yet. I think I’ll take a break from the sewing for tonight and get my fabric cut for the binding. I have a breakfast in the morning and a dr’s appt. in the afternoon tomorrow so my quilting time will be limited, but I’ll work on it as much as i can. I’d like to get it finished except for hand sewing the binding. It’s a big goal, and if I don’t make it, I’ll be finishing it over in AZ.
Be safe, be well, and please be happy. Be sure to tell those you love that you love them.