If my math is correct, this little quilt that I finished this week is the seventh kennel quilt for the veterinary surgery clinic.
Again, using recycled scrubs, the top is a low volume kind of thing, just squares, sort of a streak of lightning setting.
Lightning is low volume, right? Or at least until its sound reaches our ears, and then the thunder makes us sit up a little straighter.
And that happens on the back of this quilt, or, in the words of the rocker in the movie Spinal Tap, "This goes to 11." The fabric for the back is thrifted. Gotta love Goodwill!
I did some free-motion flowers and loops in the quilting. Totally on a whim. I had the needle down in the intersection of a block and started to make the first curve of a stipple when I changed my mind and went for a petal shape instead, and the rest, as they say, is history.
Kind of fun how it looks on the back down the center. And I didn't even plan that!
My daughter, a CVT at the surgery clinic, directed me to a photo on Facebook yesterday of one of my kennel quilts in use under a snoozing patient. Aw, doesn't that just melt your heart?
I hope Roscoe had sweet dreams and a speedy recovery!
Linking to: Can I Get a Whoop-Whoop.