So today, I will post about my second (and final) Project Quilting quilt.
Let's see, I'll cast my mind back...
The inspiration was Music. You had to choose a song title for your inspiration. I chose Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. This translates in English to be "A Little Night Music", which I interpreted as follows...
Navy background, creamy coloured moon in the centre, with randomly placed colourful "music" spots dancing around it.
No. So I rearranged the spots, into what I found to be their natural order. (What can I say, I love rainbows!)
Yes. So I pinned them all. I should add that this is sandwiched all ready for quilting - backing, batting, top, held together with my wonderful friend, Quilt Basting Spray. Yay for the Spray.
I free-motion quilted the spots down, with matching thread for each colour. The central area needed something too, so I did some squiggly "rays" emitting from the moon. Yay for the moon rays.
That was the funnest part, as it was totally unplanned. I didn't know what I was going to do with each quilting line until I was actually doing it. What freedom to be creative!
|The finished quilt, 24" x 24"|
The back was made in a free manner as well. The central square is sewn from four new fabrics; the rest are repurposed pajamas.
The front's navy background and the moon are flannel as well; the small circles are all cotton. The binding was the lining of a favourite handbag. It had many compartments and pockets, so there was quite a bit of lining to be had.
But why mainly flannel? Because it was originally intended as a quilt for my cat Missy. But after I pinned it to the wall to get a good photo, I liked it being there, so it's staying up until I've got something to replace it with.
Besides, Missy is a long-haired puss, so just imagine all the shedding it would receive...
|Hanging on the wall in the living room. Sorry Missy, you miss out. For now.|