Well here it is my finished Rainbow Road Quilt! I love this project. It was fun (and quite frustrating at times). My curves are not as curvy as I would have liked. But that is why I took this class, to work on my curves, right? Even though I have been quilting for 10 years (can that be right?) the Curves class is really eye opening.
I have learned so many new things. It is wonderfully refreshing to have a new take on putting together blocks, piecing, quilting and even binding my quilts. I increased the length of my Rainbow Road Table Runner to extend over the edge of my Dining room table. I also left the edges curvy. The long length of the quilt emphasizes the curvy edge. Unfortunately, the curvy edge requires a bias binding, which I didn't remember until I saw my edges curling up. Now my quilt curves everywhere! To add extra curve I quilted a Feather Filler from Leah Day's Second book From Feathers to Flames.
I also managed to finish up my Drunkard's Path trivet. What a cute little project!
This week I have been swamped, so I am getting rather behind on my class. There are so many awesome projects that I am inspired to create! Just so little time.