It's not perfect. I will probably try it again and use what I learned from the experience. One thing that I didn't expect was that this style of quilting would turn my perfectly flat, square quilt top into a quilt with waving sides ... so I decided to wash it and let it dry flat to regain it's shape. I'm waiting for it to completely dry now.
For my Slow Stitch Sunday later today, I probably won't be watching the Super Bowl, but I will be stitching along with Downton Abbey and whatever else I find on TV.
After the little quilt is dry and off the big work table, I will be layering and basting my red and white sampler quilt–one of my Finish-Along goals.
After the binding is stitched down on the quilt, it will be back to redwork for me.
Speaking of redwork, anyone know how to teach autocorrect new words? Redwork is not rework, nor red wok ... and no matter how many times I type it and refuse to allow it to be auto-corrected ... the battle continues.