Friday, October 12, 2012

Hocus Pocus!

I finished machine quilting this little quilt for Halloween. It was based on a full size quilt I saw that had different blocks, but the same color combination.  Straight line quilting is so much more challenging for me than free-motion, so this was good practice. I marked it with a white pencil, then put it in the washer and dryer to wash out the markings and get the crinkled look.
 I think the rounded corners are fun. And they are SO EASY!
Enjoy every stitch!


  1. Love your Hocus Pocus! How did you get the rounded corners to all be the same curve? What did you quilt it on? You should be proud of your quilt - turned out great!

    1. Thanks, I am pleased with it! I traced the lid to a large jar for the corners, and I quilted it on my Janome Horizon.


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