Marsha explained that the colorful blocks are made using Victoria's method of playing with fabric from 15 minutes of play ... Bumble Beans Blog .
I also quilted Marsha's Monkey Wrench Quilt for the May Challenge. I will share the link to the post at the end.
I started by quilting with a green thread on the green background to create a pattern that looked like the pieced blocks.
I also wiggle line quilted the pieced blocks.
I wanted the star block to stand out. I thought about bubbles or pebbles and then I decided the wiggle line quilting would be the best. I kept going around and around to form the pattern in the square and following the triangles too. I quilted it twice to give it a more defined line of quilting.
It really makes the star stand out!
A couple photos of the backside.
And a full view of Marsha's Quilt.
Each quilted wiggle line is quilted twice!
A fun view...
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I really enjoyed quilting Marsha's Quilt and look forward to quilting hers again and other participants too.
Click here to see Marsha's Quilt from the May Challenge
Click here to see my quilt from the May Challenge.
Click here to see my quilt from the June Challenge.
Click here to see Dayna's Quilt for the June Challenge.
Click here to see Audrey's Quilt for the June Challenge.
Click here to see all of the Friendship Star Quilts over at Persimon Dreams Blog - Project Quilting - Focus Through the Prism Series.
Enjoy your day!