Another charity sampler quilt was completed with an allover meander quilting pattern on the longarm. Meander is a nice pattern to use when you just want something done quickly. There were too many colors going on for anything else to really show up well. This way it just gives a bit of texture and will be a warm quilt to hand out to a local charity. I chose a mid-tone rose colored cotton thread to complement the pink sashing and the burgandy border.
The burgundy rose fabric is a poly blend from the 80s from the Peter Pan company. Remember them? It's pretty but it really needed a sharp needle when I hand stitched the matching binding on it. That's it for charity quilts for right now. Next on the list is to work on a baby quilt for a friend's baby boy and then get back to the piecing on the Fractured quilt. Hmm, I think that I may do a panel quilt with a minkee backing for the baby quilt. It just needs to be a fun quilt to drag around on the ground, nothing fancy.
So what are you working on this week? Any exciting projects?