Butterscotch Baskets is on the machine and I've taken a couple passes across her. I refer to my HandiQuilter as my riding lawnmower. I turn it on, grab the handles and start steering in nice neat rows from left to right. I don't have a grass catcher or a mulcher, but it gets the job done. Well then again, I guess my mulch is all the threads that I cut off during the quilting process.
I had grand, elaborate plans before I started, then reverted back to what I'm comfortable quilting. I had curved-crosshatch rulers lined up ready to go, and I bailed. I need to practice with them first, and this is not a practice quilt.
Each corner will have what I call a "pineapple-looking-thing". It's a very technical, quilting term don'tcha know!
I drew this design in January.
It actually worked out quite well on the blocks. I'm probably going to go back and add some stitching in the ditch......my least favorite form of quilting, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.