There are many things to learn. First is how to take a good picture that shows the quilting well. Any tips. As you can see from this one, it shows up some, but it could show up better. I took several but this was the best. It's probably all in the lighting.
This is Peter and Malina's wedding quilt that finally came to it's place in line for quilting. I love working on quilts like this that are more extensive quilting than my customer quilts. For those I stick to overall or light custom because I am a rather new quilter. But on my quilts I go all out.
I considered whether to stipple or pebble and chose stippling around my feathers, but next time I think it will be pebbling. It's actually a littler easier because there is a better flow. In stippling I found out my right hand doesn't take any of the weight of quilting causing my left arm to get worn out. I will have to teach my right hand how to move the machine and quilt.
I am using my curved rulers for the first time and that is fun and easy to do. I will have more and better pics coming up.
Eloise is also learning.