The first quilt I ever made was in a class at Queen Ann's Lace (Kissimmee LQS now closed) back in 2004 where our class of four each made a rail fence lap quilt.
I named the quilt AmERICa for my son Eric and the patriotic fabrics used. I don't now what I was thinking by using red, white and blue variegated thread for quilting my very first quilt ever, but you know what they say "Go bold or go home"! I used my walking foot and quilted straight lines going diagonally across each block.
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