Well, I've been talking about it since August 1, and I have finally finished the Prague quilt. There are more details from the photograph that I could have added, but I was ready to stop.
It was a great experience for me - I have been enjoying doing quilts from photos lately, but none has been as challenging for me as this one!
I was glad to do something that involved perspective, and I think that part worked.
It gave me lots of practice in free-motion machine quilting. I was able to get to the point where I didn't become tense doing it.
I printed a Prague crest on Extravorganza; I originally thought I might put it on the front to break up that big expense of cobblestone, but I decided to just put it on the back, on the sleeve...
I put a copy of the original photo on the label on the back.
I took it to my favorite quilt shop last night for Show and Tell. Coincidentally, there was a young woman shopping there who had lived in Prague for four years, so she took a look, too.
Well, this will get delivered soon, and I'll move on to some other projects,