There's too much going on with the top to make the quilting stitches steal the show. So most of this one is loop-de-loops in doubles and a few triples. The quilting went pretty quickly until my machine needed some TLC. The tracks, wheels, etc. were cleaned and rubbed down with alcohol. All the encoder pieces for the stitch regular were checked for good connections and then the Tin Lizzie was ready for action again.
I did play a little with the stars and yellow borders. Just added some swirls and swoops. Next time, I think I'd add a stitch-in-the-ditch around the yellow borders and maybe tracing each star. Guess I need to practice doing this without a ruler, so it doesn't double the time on the frame.
Another view ....
|Whoops! I see a thread on the back. They always show up after the photos.|
Enjoy your day! I've got to get ready for work..... Very grateful for flexible hours! I can go to work much more relaxed knowing that my machine is working again. Hardware errors drive me nuts since it's almost like magic to fix them. I prefer software problems. Once they're fixed, they don't break themselves later.