I have finally finished the fractal quilt for son #3!! This was fun, but challenging and at times I just wanted it to be finished. As with all my quilts, there are parts that I am happy with and parts I would do differently if I made it again.
I posted about the pattern during the construction of the top. So, not to repeat myself, you can read about the fractal itself here. I quilted this together using a space filling curve. This is also a "math thing" which turns out to be an awesome way to quilt large areas. I used the peano curve which fit this design perfectly. The borders are quilted in straight lines. There was a lot of work in this one, but I think son #3 will like it. Here's the back....
So, that's it for the fractal. I'm making two awesome pillows to compliment the quilt and then it's on to another project. I've slowed up a bit lately between yard work and traveling. In fact, I'm considering a hand sewing project to take to the beach on our trip in June.
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