I was given a bundle of beautiful organic cotton to make a baby quilt for Maria’s shop in Grenaa.
I decided to use up as much of the fabric as possible with very little waste so made it a reversible quilt.
The fabric was lovely to work with, so soft.
Maria asked me to do it totally freehand quilting so that anyone could do it on their domestic machine. I turned off the stitch regulator and had some fun with straight (ish) lines. It was really scary but a lot of fun to have to regulate my stitches myself. Somehow the automatic stitch regulator doesn’t work well with straight line quilting although it loves curves.