I quilted "Sedona Spring" today in one continuous spiral, using a freezer paper circle in the middle to get me started on the path. Here is the top before I started quilting:
I used the walking foot as a guide to keep the spirals roughly the same distance from each other. I used invisible thread on top.
Now it's done, but the edges are wavy. I hate it when that happens, so I'm leaving the studio for tonight and I'll deal with it tomorrow ... somehow. It's so wavy that I don't think it can be blocked or pressed into submission. I may actually gather the edges all around and then press. Won't win any awards, but I still love the colors!
Update a few days later: I gathered the edges and it worked perfectly. It's all bound and lays perfectly flat!
I've linked up to Nina Marie's Off-the-Wall Friday so you can see what other fiber artists have been up to this week: http://ninamariesayre.blogspot.com/
Have a colorful day