|Selvage showing Glad Tidings fabric by RJR Fabric
|Detail on the binding stitch
|Quilt in the cubicle
I made a number of changes on this project. I used wool rather than cotton batting. I may buy that on my next retail purchase. I think I am allergic to some cotton battings. My nose itches constantly and I sneeze way too much.
Pre-printed panels really are fun to work with. Since the pattern is stamped on, you don't have to piece it.
Rather than cut separate strips for the binding, I used backing as the binding. I have specialty stitches on my Baby Lock and used a star pattern. I will use that method for some gifted quilts. I hand sew the binding for my keeper quilts.
This kitty cat quilt was for a raffle gift basket at work.A rainy day allowed me to complete this project in one day from start to finish.
Mistakes were made, and it isn't a masterpiece but will work well as a cute throw quilt, measuring 48" x 48". I toned down the creepy cat print fabric with purple print borders and kitty in a teacup pink print.