Stitching

Quilt Part Two

After the ironing and pinning I was ready to sew it all together, but first I needed to check on my sewing machine.  I was pretty sure I had broke my last needle the last time I used it, which was so long ago.

I was right, no needle.  I plugged the machine in still to make sure everything is running smoothly, and it was.

I put it up until I could get to the craft store to pick up some new needles, which was a few days later.  I didn’t know which one to get because I have no information in my sewing machine on the size or type of needle to get so I tried to remember what the old ones looked like, and picked up the ones that were most like the ones I remember.

They fit!

I sewed all around the quilt, inside out with the batting on top, except for about 6 inches so I can pull it right side out.

I then hand stitched the little opening closed.

I am going to do some more hand sewing over the top of the quilt to help the batting stay flat and not bunch up.

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Questions for other quilters.

What types of stitching do you do to finish your quilt?

Is there anything else I need to do before I call this a finished project?

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