The top of the quilt is done!

The top of the quilt is done!

I finished this last night! Now I need to educate myself on quilting batting and such. I’m interested in Bamboo Batting, and I’m hoping I can find it locally, instead of having to order it!

Baby quilt top. Note Tiki's feet on the right!

However, I’m a little worried, because I didn’t preshrink any of these fabrics. I’m a dolt, I know. What a beginner’s mistake! HA! Well, I’m thinking about throwing this in the wash along with the backing fabrics and just deal with the shrinkage as it comes out. Hopefully the shrinkage will have a negligible effect on the seams.

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  1. […] I made the quilt which has been previously documented and posted about. :) I took the large squares from the Square Dance panel, and put them under the […]

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