Time to showcase quilts from our quilty past. Head over to visit Jenn @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge for Throwback Thursday.
I don't know the exact year for this double wedding ring, but it's from my early years of quilting, so mid 2000's. This was a class at my LQS. My first attempt at curved piecing, which taught me that I don't like curved piecing.
This quilt is one of several that I sent to Mira Stitch 'N Post for quilting. When asked what quilting motif to use, my answer was: whichever one could make the quilt lie flat. My skills at curved piecing were not great, and there may have been a few wonky places.
I almost cut off all the points around the edge, but my bee mates encouraged me to keep them. It made for an interesting and long process of attaching the binding. This was my first attempt at cutting bias binding.
This poor quilt sat in the closet for many years before being quilted and having the binding attached. And now it sits again waiting for its forever home.
Do you have a quilt from your past to share? Link up @ A Quarter Inch from the Edge.