I have about half the top quilted. It is pretty much a stop and go process as I learn all the tricks. I am either rethreading, changing needles or running out of bobbin thread. Once I had to unpick most of a row as the backing got puckered. Still, despite what seems to be a slow process, I doubt if I would have this much done had I been quilting on a regular machine.
Considering that I am doing this without benefit of a speed control attachment or any other of those lovely extras, the quilt looks alright. It is probably better that I learn with the basics and then add the other stuff. Don't have a lot of choice at the moment as the speed control is ordered but is on back order.
We took the car in this morning for a break job and to get the gear shifter looked at. After we dropped off the car (my husband picked me up in the truck) we went for a drive and checked out a dog kennel we were thinking of using for Heidi.
I have to pick the car up again after lunch and then will be able to get back at the quilt.
I have chosen a block for the BOM and will post tomorrow. Hope you like it.
Has anyone made the wall hanging/table runner that I posted a week or so ago? I am looking forward to your interpetation.