3. Next sew a vertical line 2 inches from the left side about 12 inches down or so.
4. Do some free motions designs of your choice throughout the blanket, being careful not to stretch the fleece. The Purse Dog's owner chose some swirls, leaves and then just sewed around the pretty designs of the fleece print.
5. Sew another vertical line 2 inches from the edge on the right side. Only go about 12 inches down or so. (Note: The Purse Dog's owner doesn't have a vertical channel lock like some longarms have. She uses a ruler to help guide her.)
6. Keep quilting along until it's done. Continue sewing your vertical lines on the left and right as you go. Cute fleece print, don't you think? The Purse Dog thinks so!
7. Now it's all done and before you get to the bottom, just sew a horizontal line about 2 inches from the bottom edge.
(The Purse Dog's owner just 'eyeballs' it, and she is very careful not to cut in too far. )
And here's the Purse Dog's fleece blanket. She loves it! Very comfy!
And her owner finished it in about 2 hours...start to finish...no batting...no binding....all done! (She doesn't even tie the fringe. She thinks it looks nice just the way it is.) Last Christmas the Purse Dog's owner made over 30 of these for her customers, friends and family. Fun and easy! Check out some of the others she has done below.
The Purse Dog's owner welcomes all questions and comments. Thanks for stopping by!