QR Code Quilt top finished!
I was able to finish up the last rows of the top in the past week. I also added a small border to the edges just to make the pattern show up right for my QR reader.
When I first finished it, before I added the border, I tried to get it to read. Then I saw a couple of mistakes - so i fixed them. It still didn't want to read properly. I checked it over carefully for mistakes.
Then I added the 2.5" border which made those outer squares square - then it "read" instantly"!
Here it is!
I'm really quite pleased with it and am eager to get it quilted!
But, I can't promise to have this done by next week - as we are expecting some really hot weather again in the next week.
So, I'll pick this back up when I finish the top into a quilt. It is pretty small considering most of the quilts I make are either twin or queen size and this little thing is about 45"x45".
1. Do the last rows of your top - however many that is.
2. Add a small border - so that the outer round of squares are square!
3. Find your backing and batting fabrics - You will not need that much for this quilt - if you have wide backing fabric, then about 1.5 yards will be plenty with lots of leftovers. If you have to piece it, make sure you end up with a piece a few inches bigger than your top is (on each side).
And that's it!
I'll try to get to this soon! Now that I've got my table back - it's at least a possibility!
And that's all from my part of the world today!
- oh yes - one fun note - I don't feel like I need to watermark this picture! LOL
Be sure to check out what my sis has for you over in the store! I'm sure there must be something you can use!