I have decided to challenge myself by doing all 9 Flower in a Pot blocks with a different feather pattern behind them. I started with the three feathers I always do (traditional, hook, and the kind Diane Gaudynski does). I then needed to try something different. I was at Upper Midwest Machine Quilters this weekend and one of the members called these particular feathers "molar feathers" because the top of them looks like a molar. I like it. I've never done them before and found them to be fairly simple once I'd drawn some of them.
Here is the view from the back. I need to go back and add a little more stitching in colored thread, but alas, didn't have time yesterday to get it done. However, I did finish the binding!
Here is the quilt once I attached the rick rack that will be tucked inside the binding. I have become a bit of a rick rack-a-holic of late due to these little quilts.
And here is the final quilt. I will go back and add a little stitching, but overall I'm really happy with how it turned out. Stay tuned for the pattern on Saturday! And come join me in my Machine Applique Adventures Facebook group!