The first flimsy to be quilted is Modern Amish made in conjunction with RSC except I was impatient and sewed ahead.
I stitched in the ditch vertically and horizontally around the blocks then quilted diagonally both directions through the background fabrics using Glide gray thread. I thought about using black but that seemed too dark. Maybe the gray is too light but it's what I had on hand.
It's interesting how my shopping habits have changed, a year ago I would have driven to the fabric store and purchased a darker gray thread. Now I just use what's in the thread box.
A dark gray floral was used for backing fabric. White thread was in the bobbin so the quilting shows on the backing fabric.
The original pattern, called Sound Check, comes from McCalls Quilting, March/April 2014 magazine and was designed by John Kubiniec.
After washing, my finish measures 58" by 81". This is the largest quilt I've quilted with my sewing machine.
Becky from Quilted Twins always displays a quilt roll so here is my quilt roll.
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