Celtic Solstice is quilted, and partly bound. I have had it on the bed.
You can even see some of my resident quilt holder! And a lovely job he did holding it. I had to wait a few days to take this picture outside because we had several rainy/overcast days. It's still cold here--highs just 60, lows in 40s. Friday is supposed to have a high in the 70s. Ahhh. I'm not willing to admit it might be fall yet.
Went to Quilt Club today, wearing a short sleeve shirt. I showed my quilt for show-and-tel, and they oohed and aahed. I didn't even have to prompt them.
I used Warm and Natural batting in this quilt. Not happy with it. There is extensive quilting in it, and it feels like a board. I thought I would use up the Warm and Natural I have stock piled (2 more), but I'm so unhappy, I believe I will take apart the Christmas quilt I have spray basted and replace it with Hobbs 80/20. Connecting Thread has a sale, 40% off their batting. There is some winging its way to me. I also ordered some Hobbs wool batting. Anxious to try that.
I think I might like to make Celtic Solstice again, but with a planned fabric motif. Not scrappy.
This is a Bonnie Hunter Mystery Quilt from last October. So she will be launching a new one soon. Do I want to get into that??? I guess we shall see.
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