"The Threads of Texas are upon you!"
I finished the binding on the longhorn quilt for my brother during the drive down to Austin, TX. My brother was very surprised by his gift and we had a lot of fun walking around the University of Texas taking pictures of it. I also took some pictures of the quilt on his property to add some variety. This post is picture heavy...so enjoy!
I outlined the longhorn on the outside and the inside. I used straight-line quilting throughout the whole quilt, but I stopped when I got to the outline of the longhorn to emphasize it.
This is the front of the quilt, showing the quilting of the UT on the back of the quilt. I used the same technique as I did on the longhorn and it adds a nice touch to the quilt.
Here is the back of the quilt.
Just like the longhorn, I quilted around the outside and the inside of the UT.
If you look closely, you can see the longhorn from the front of the quilt on the back. The pattern of the fabric makes it hard to see it, but I still like the way the quilting turned out.