I've just completed the tops, sandwiched and basted (ala Sharon Shambers way) a pair of Twister quilts for my niece-in-law's upcoming twins.
I've bounced around both QB and images.google.com looking to see how people have quilted their Twister quilts, with very few results-- most of the images I've seen are only finished tops.
It appears there are three primary methods:
1. free-motion swirlies all over the quilt, which provides soft curves to an otherwise sharply-cornered geometric pattern;
2. stitch-in-the-ditch, which I kinda like but can't fathom exactly how to work my way across and through the quilt.
3. stitch 1/4" off the "ditch" which looks nice, and would probably be great if hand-quilting, but would be a pain in the neck for machine quilting. I don't have time to hand quilt this pair.
What have you Twister-makers done? And how'd you do it?
(trying to get some UFOs done)