I think it is lovely!
A Beautiful piece of Work :-)
you did a great job hugs
This is a great piece.
WOW! What talent!!!
It is beautiful. I once took a class on quilting and the instructor stated that if you can not see the mistakes doing this (as she was swinging the block back and forth) then they do not matter!
I love it.
Its fantastic, thank you for showing us
I absolutely love it!!
Love the idea of the silhouette within a silhouette. It is stunning.
I admire your creativity and craftsmanship in creating this fabulous piece of art!
Squaring up the fabric and making sure everything is on the straight of grain...except for the edging which is bias tape might make it flatter. Maybe starching the fabric may make it easier for you to work with. Regardless, I like the puffy places and dense places and variation of quilting hearts. I do not have the skill to do something like this and love your creation!
Thank you very much for appreciating. The white fabric I tried starching but being first time I think starch was not enough. Also had issues adhering stabilizer and am blaming rain and humidity. Don't know if that really affects. But loved the experience. Hope I will do better after going through everybodys kind advice and motivated by generous appreciation. Thank you
What a Beautiful piece of Work..Stunning design!!!
What a Piece of Beaut!!!Stunning work done Sue..Love the Design!!!!Gorgeous
Love the theme and the heart quilting fits it well. I probably would have not used the corner hearts. You did a super job
Yes only hearts all throughout would have sufficed.
Well, for a first it's a great start. I love the Mother, Father and children imagery and your heart quilting is lovely.
I notice that your blue fabric is curving and a good way of making sure that this doesn't happen is by putting a bias edging as it sits better on the edges of quilts. I've made many quilts and I've found this to be the best way of putting edging on. Another tip is to make sure that your quilt is squared off - make sure each side is equal in length and width. Hoping these tips will be of some assistance. Love Chris
You are right. I don't have quilt rulers and as fabric stretches I tried having a proper lines at back with stabiliser but just could not aligned them as they should have.
Bias strip cutting of binding noted.
What a wonderful pattern. Like what I see.