Hibiscus/Black and White Quilt Update
I pinned my quilt tops ,batting and backing fabric together last night after I had finished gluing down the leaves I had prepared for each of the quilts I am making and I cut the fabric for the two hanging sleeves
I will need.
Today I will stitch the tops of the quilts using free motion stitching.
Now that I have cut the four pieces of fabric I have chosen for the hanging sleeves I will iron a piece of Pellon Double-Sided Fusible Ultra Firm Stabilizer to one of the pieces of each set before I stitch the pieces together.
I haven't tried this method of making a hanging sleeve before . I am hoping it will give my quilt tops the strength they need to keep the tops of the quilts from falling forward when they are hung up.
I used a Curved Safety pin to pin my quilt top,batting and backing together to keep the quilt op from shifting while I am sewing.
After I finish stitching the tops of both quilts I will trim each quilt and get ready to add the hanging sleeves and bindings. I want to decorate the binding with embroidery stitches. Last I will add the Hibiscus Flowers and labels. Almost finished.