FMCKQ, part four . . .

After days of writing and drawing Celtic knot paths, I could wait no longer to get to the sewing machine!!

I made a quick quilt sandwich, pinned it, and stitched it.

Three Celtic knots
Three Celtic knots

I started with the border, then I stitched the double-headed knot on the diagonal, and finally stitched a smaller knot in the lower corner.

The method works!!

Someone suggested I try it with a twin needle . . . I like the sound of that. I also wanted to try pinning with smaller safety pins, and position them differently.

Twin-needle knot
Twin-needle knot

Hey!!  I like this even better!! Let’s add a border:

Knotted bordered knot
Knotted bordered knot
Detail
Detail

How do you like this? Please leave a comment.

2 thoughts on “FMCKQ, part four . . .

  1. I love the twin needle design on green. I think you should work with that. It adds a “double dimension” to the quilting.

    1. Thank you, Richard. I like the look of the twin needle stitching too. The stitching on the reverse looks cool, too.

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