I finally almost finished the Field Day Zipper top. I thought this would be the end, but I decided after looking at what I have that I wanted to add a top and bottom border. Or borders, perhaps? Making visual decisions visually
It feels like the piecing took forever. It didn’t really take forever, because the last post, which was probably the last time I worked on it, was just June 15.
I talked about the colors and how I was afraid they would be a struggle to work with. They were a struggle. This project turned into a struggle on a number of levels. As I suspected, the colors are a little more muted than colors with which I really enjoy working. Also, the pattern, which I LOVE was just a struggle to put together. You’d think that putting a bunch of squares and rectangles together would be easy. Normally, it is, but I think I must have cut some of the pieces off grain, because the entire top was a PITA to put together. It was rippling and I have been fighting the entire time to get it to bend to my will.
Also, something about the measurements was off. Perhaps I cut something wrong or who knows? The rows did not exactly line up. I am ok with it, but still annoyed.
You’ll probably see another post about this next week once I finish the whole thing.
2 thoughts on “Field Day Zipper Top Near…”
Yay for finishes!
I’ve been looking at this quilt, and wondering what it would look like if it were turned through 90* — so I may need to try this pattern, and just turn it to find out for myself!
Interesting. Do it!
Comments are closed.