As in mid-way, partly completed, and on the way there. I finally got started on quilting my Hallowe’en quilt, Spooky Jack. I started by stitching in the ditch around the pumpkin and the borders. For the pumpkin, I tried some dot to dot quilting in the eyes and nose (note, I really need a proper ruler foot) then did some wavy lines in the mouth. I stitched curved lines down the face using a gold variegated thread then filled between with various FMQ motifs. This is still ongoing, then I’ll decide what to do for the rest. Definitely doable to finish by Hallowe’en.
Before that you may have seen my glamp stitchalot quilt. I need to add a final border then I’m going to use a split batting/backing technique so I don’t have to deal with the whole bulk and hopefully get this quilted on my Pfaff domestic without swearing too much. I’m going to use a lot of meandering in the busy sections and save the fancy stitching for where it will actually be visible.
And an actual finished project is this fun knitted pumpkin, pattern by Knit Equals Joy on Ravelry. Knitted using worsted yarn on 3-3/4 mm needles, it’s about 10 inches diameter. Named Midnight Spider Pumpkin.
Thanks for sticking with me. I’m linking up with Brag about your Beauties with Michelle at From Bolt to Beauty.