Still working on Spiderman. What I thought was going to be “light custom” is taking me much longer than I expected. This is part of the longarm learning curve I am still trying to get around, determining what quilting goes in which pricing level. This one is much more time consuming than I had envisioned it. But live and learn. I find these kind of quilts quite challenging to begin with, and I just hope my customer likes how I have decided to quilt it. I am quilting word related to Spiderman, and the child’s name in the outer borders, along with some spiders, and then just an angular meander around that.
I am putting four spider webs, in the four corners of the inner borders, treating them as one, then doing the same angular meander in between the webs. For the very inner blue border, I just did a good old puzzle meander in the red thread.
I decided to do a bit of outlining on Spiderman, and will quilt on the webs behind him, in the center panel. I still have some outlining to finish, and I think I will connect the spiders with a wave black line.
Yeah…”light” custom….well, I’ll know better next time…lol. If it has Dorothy and her little dog on it, or cartoon characters, etc., unless doing a pantograph allover, it’s full custom. 🙂