I didn't want to do this quilt exactly as I had with the other, so instead of ruler work on all the center, I did a squiggly line to tack those areas down. (Had a neat effect on the backing). I also used a squiggly line in the outer selvages as well...just like this.
In the brown, instead of feathers, I used the bamboo fill. While you can do each area with one pass, you have to do them all individually. I could not figure a way to make them continuous.
Unfortunately, brown on brown doesn't photograph well (no...its not the fault of the photographer *grin*)
I loved the fabric she used on the backing. And because of the design in it, the diagonal/squiggly lines really added some texture and movement. (I love happy accidents!)
The thread in this quilt was Superior's Bottom Line Lace White in the top/bobbin and their So Fine Buffalo in the brown areas. The Bottom Line white is amazing thread. Its very, very white, but because it is so thin, you don't really see it unless you're up close to the quilt. I really like the effect it gives.