Heartfire is off the long arm and onto my lap while I work on the binding. As soon as I get the hanging sleeve attached, I'll take a picture of the whole quilt.
It's easier to see the overall design from the back. I'm anxious to try this technique on a wider border so the outside feathers will be longer.
While having lunch with my daughter, I shared the pictures of the quilt with her. She immediately spotted the boo-boo, second block on the bottom row. I totally skipped one of the rounds on the block and I didn't see it. It took a "non-quilter" to point it out to me. Instead of re-loading the whole quilt on the long arm, I completed the round on my Bernina.
I found a great tutorial for the plate feathers HERE at Sampaguita Quilts. The directions are easy to follow. You just really need to pay attention during the quilting process.
I'll be spending my day finishing preparation for my lecture and workshop in Auburn at the Foothill Quilters Guild tomorrow and Tuesday. I have a long list of things to do and items to take with me. The new Heartfire quilt is at the top of the list!