Jill made this comment on my last post.
I'm choosing to interpret it like this.
Although, after seeing the results, maybe I shouldn't have made a pop art portrait of Fritz.
|Yikes! Nightmare time!|
I never want to like the back of my quilt better than the front, but I really like how the quilting makes the back look.
Sometimes it can be hard for me to determine if I'm improving my free motion quilting or not. I'm always looking at my work with a critical eye, and it's so much easier to find the flaws that honestly no one else cares about than to appreciate the good work that I have done.
|Although, some mistakes are pretty hard to miss!|
None of them are perfect, but by the time I got to the red one it started looking much better. This kind of quilt is perfect for that type of exploratory free motion quilting because the piecing is so wobbly anyway that it doesn't matter if the quilting isn't perfect. In fact, it matches better when it isn't perfect.
This has been a pretty satisfying project for me, but I'm glad it's almost done so I can move onto the next thing.