well sort of. let's say it's my first FINISHED quilt. since i still haven't gotten around to picking up more white flannel for the backing of the quilt in my previous post, i decided it might be a little smart to practice quilting before doing a large piece.
i pieced together some of the scraps from the christmas lap quilt to make this pot holder:
and i am glad that i did. don't look too close, otherwise you will see way too many mistakes. i take it as a good learning experience though, since now i know what i shouldn't be doing...and what i need to pay closer attention to. MUCH closer attention...like how to properly attach a binding. and properly basting and pinning; i thought i was being smart and efficient by not basting or pinning while quilting this piece..."because it was so small". nope, it doesn't make a difference. especially when you don't have the walking foot on.
i know, all the huge mistakes of a novice quilter.
ok, so after all my learning experiences, i decided to tackle my next project:
the quilt top is done, gotta get going on the next steps...let's see if i was REALLY paying attention with that pot holder.