This past week, I practiced my free-motion quilting for this month's challenge by deciding to try some loopy daisies on A Patch of Sun. I doodled a bit on paper, then went right to the machine.
First I did a couple daisies on a practice piece. Those had five petals, but for some reason when I started on this, I was making four bigger petals and just stuck with it. Maybe I had four-leaf clovers on the brain?
I used a yellow Sulky thread that was already on the machine and a white Isacord thread in the bobbin.
The back is a D9P (disappearing nine-patch), which in this colorway is also known as an EEB (exploding Easter basket). ;)
You like bright? Ka-boom! There you go!
So there you have it:
A finish for the week for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop...
Practice for the FMQ Challenge 2012 this month... (having trouble inserting the HTML code for that; button on sidebar).
At any rate, I now have this hanging in my entryway and will enjoy the happy glow of A Patch of Sun for a while!