Let me refer you back to the these two previous posts (beginning, part 2) for the back story of this quilt. It took me a while to decide how I wanted to do the actual quilting. As you may notice in the photos below I made a few false starts with my marking. I’ll have to be careful when doing the quilting to not take a wrong turn onto those false start marks. I finally settled on a circle around the shoe. Inside the circle will be hatch quilting in a horizontal direction. Outside the circle will be hatch quilting on a 45 degree angle. The shoe will be outline quilted. All of that will be done with white thread. Then I will most likely do some additional quilting on top of the larger green leaves and tulips, we’ll see.
In this photo, you can see the freezer paper I used to sketch my quilt design (after I had made the earlier false starts). I marked the actual quilt using the freezer paper to get my outside square marked, then trimmed each corner from the circle and marked the circle.
And here is one corner marked. I don’t plan to mark the inner hatch marks until I have stitched around the shoe and stitched the circle plus another inner circle 1/4 inch from the original circle.