As I understand it the little stickers (buckeye leaves) are given out to the players for various 'good' plays, tackles etc.
Now here is the quilt.
I quilted this sports quilt with basic straightly horizontal lines every 2 inches. Then I turned the quilt and quilted strategical place lines vertically down the quilt. Now you see I don't have those little wheel locks that a lot of long-arm quilters use to keep the lines straight. So how did I do it?
Little tiny clamps I picked up at Harbor Freight of all places! You can see these clamps are only about 2 inches long. The perfect size for clamping onto my wheels and keeping the machine from moving forward and backward. This leaves only the rollers moving left to right, thus a straight line! Awesome. I must admit that this wasn't exactly the best case scenario, but in a pinch it worked.