It took a day, or so, to cut and sew, and I was able to quilt it in 2 days. I am so happy with the quilting. Not just happy, but maybe overly proud. I had a little debate with myself on how to quilt it, and took a few suggestions. After thinking everything over, I still didn't know what to do. I decided I better just start by stitching in the ditch and hope the rest would come to me. I did step outside my comfort zone. I really am not too expierenced quilting on the machine yet, but I think this quilt totally changed that. I found myself not thinking about what I was doing, and just did it.
I took the stripes as an opportunity to do different designs. I quilted 6 different designs, 3 in each the grey and pink. It was my first time doing 4 of these designs. Maybe that's why I'm so proud. Personally, I think they turned out pretty darn good for a first time :)
Warning: Picture overload ahead.
Cindy has also created a Flickr group to add your versions of her quilt.
You can find it here.
And lastly, If you don't already follow Hopeful Threads, you really should. Kristy is such an amazing seamstress. She posts great tips, notions you should have, and does a monthly sewing project.
Plus, she is hosting an awesome giveaway over there right now. Check it out here.