A few years ago, I made this 'traditional' patchwork quilt top and finished it all by hand stitching/embroidery work.
In fact, this quilt was lucky enough to make it into the 1000 Quilt Inspirations book back in 2015! And she was a cover girl on the bottom corner!
First up, I've sandwiched the rail fence piece I showed last week and quilted along the seams just to stabilize the quilt so I can do some hand stitching.
I posted this on my FB page last week showing how I have to baste my quilts on the floor because my dogs are on my sewing table!
They have a great view out front from this advantage point! They have a dog pillow to lay out and sleep or just bark at nothing! HA
Anyway, I'm using the quilt above as my inspiration for completing this traditional, rail fence piece. I started to play around with different quilting designs/patterns for stitching. No free motion...all my hand.
Now to transfer this pattern to the top...I'm sure I'll change patterns/stitching as I go along but I think this will be a good start! At least something to work on in between my bird beading project! Have to have more than one project to work on, right!