Although I have entered this quilt in the Throw Quilt category, in our home it will be hung on the wall in my husband's office/music room.
I always wanted to make a plus quilt and when I got these fat quarters, I couldn't decide what to do with them. After a few weeks of indecisiveness, I thought I would give them a try with this kind of pattern. I took out my graph paper and began to draw. I am so pleased with the result!
When my husband saw the quilt top completed, he decided it would be his. The last quilt I made for him was a gift on our wedding day, over 11 years ago! Since he liked this one so much, I decided he could have it.
As I said before, this quilt will hang on the wall in his office/music room. It will help with the acoustics in there and that is how he came up with the name Sound Check.
I gave myself a challenge with this one and decided to quilt it myself on my mom's Gammill. It is only the 5th quilt I quilt on the longarm. I was a little more nervous than with the last quilt but I think it went fairly well.
So here are some quilt stats for you:
Pattern designed by Ginette Vallières
Machine pieced by Ginette Vallières
Free-motion machine quilted by Ginette Vallières