I didn't feel like machine quilting on a large project yesterday, so I went hunting in my closet of panels and projects. I found a project that my friend had wanted to make, but had forgotten about. I had spent some time several years ago, planning the quilt, and writing instructions.
I had a panel that consisted of several small units, so I had cut them apart. There is a polka dot theme in all the panel fabrics, so I pulled a collection of polka dot fabrics from my stash. I followed my written instructions and the top went together quickly!
It is now pin-basted and ready to quilt!
I'm not sure how I'll quilt it, but will start by "stitch in the ditch", then some free form outlining of all the animals. I have also made some "unstuffed, piped binding" to try on this project.
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