So, we are clearing out or storage and I came across my old quilting project. Now I must mention that i do have my own sewing machine but I'm not very good with it, nor do I have any idea how to quilt.
My Grandma gave me a box stuffed with fabric scraps and I had a image in my mind. I started and I called it a "crazy quilt" simply because it's crazy. Later I found out that crazy quilts are done in block form and nobody had seen anyone make a quilt like this. I guess that's what happens when you don't know anything and set out to do something like quilting.
The stitching is secure, Where the edges didn't meet well I simply stuck a piece of fabric over top (with edges folded under) and just kept slapping on swatches of fabric where I thought they needed to be.
My initial mental plan was to make it large enough then cut it square and bind it to a backing and tie it off with random buttons across the top.
Now I'm not so sure if it will work or be a wasted effort. I did make sure each piece was ironed flat and the place where i placed it was also flat. Also none of the fabric swatches have stretch to them.
So, what does anyone out there think?