Here's a bit more of a look at the commission quilt I'm working on. The colours aren't overly accurate here. I've done most of the stabilising quilting-in-the-ditch and have started the fun part - the free-motion quilting. There's ony one part of the centre tree section left to quilt. I'm trying to space out the quilting more than I usually do with my tree quilts, because I know I need to keep a fairly consistent quilting density across the quilt to keep it flat, and I don't want the whole thing too stiff. The centre does need a fair bit of quilting though, because just after quilting around the tree's branches, it's already puffed-up in the spaces around it. I think I've struck a good balance around the tree; as little as possible while keeping it smooth and even. But I'll have to rethink my quilting design for the first border, as it'll be too heavy. I think the problem is that the pieces are quite small and I keep wanting to do too much detail. I have feathers planned further out.