I've been inspired by all the talk about coin quilts lately. So when I wanted to make a friend a baby quilt that's what I thought of first. Here's my scrappy pink coin quilt.
The quilitng is very amatuer. I need to practice straight line quilting.
Here's a question for those of you who are more experienced with it:
When quilting straight lines do you sew them all in the same direction or do you turn your quilt and sew in the opposite direction each time your go across your quilt? I had some trouble keeping it all nice and flat on and I wondered if it was because I should have been sewing in the same direction each time? What works for you?
I ended up quilting little squiggly flowers in the middle of each colored rectangle.
And of course, washing and drying helped the whole quilt to look nice and wrinkley in a good way, the way it should look.
I think I will be making another one of these to keep.