LUDO … II

My quilt is complete and ready to use. It’s been a labour of love and I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.

As I went along I saw my mistakes and I will make sure not to make them again next time. Each section has its challenges but I’ve learned as I went along.

I will definitely repeat this process of joining my blocks but I know what to look for to make it easier and a lot neater.

On a brighter note my FMQ process is getting better and better and I’m very happy with that. It is called Free Motion so my patterns are completely free flowing… seeing as I do each block separately there not much stress to hands which is awesome 😎

I present my bright & beautiful LUDO. Please look past the obvious mistakes 😅

The Back
FMQ
FMQ on the back
Added to my collection 😍

My oh so happy place 🧵🤩🧵

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      1. Yes I know …. I’m so thrilled 🥰 & I can see how much better I’m getting as I go along. There’s three more quilts downstairs at the back of my lounges as well which I didn’t put on the rack.

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    1. Yes I know …. I’m so thrilled 🥰 & I can see how much better I’m getting as I go along. There’s three more quilts downstairs at the back of my lounges as well which I didn’t put on the rack.

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  1. Those points are getting better all the time! I like how you’ve joined the blocks and I think it’s a fun effect. Maybe next time consider using a matching thread rather than a contrasting one, it tends to give a cleaner effect because the eye isn’t distracted by the stitching. As you say, you learn something new with each quilt.

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      1. The longer you’re making quilts, the bigger your stash of threads, the easier it will be to find something that blends/matches. You could also make a point of buying matching thread whenever you get some new fabric, unless you’re positive you have it already.

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