You've just got to love this no sew technique of fusing and cutting and ironing pieces together. Whether you choose to go around each piece with a satin or zig zag stitch it's up to you.
Me, I like to think the things I make will be around for a hundred years, maybe that's dreaming, but, there are quilts that have survived that or near that, this is one of my favorite ones. It's an anonymous quilt. PUT A LABEL ON YOUR QUILT!! Then it will be able to tell even more of a story for history.
Off my soap box.
My next horse is going to have a combination of fabrics on it. They are Japanese and Australian fabrics, with a little Kaffe Fasset for good brightness.
I'm a bit on the fence about the lion like dragon in the middle of the horse, but, this horse is the back horse in a pair of two. It might stay or be removed once I add the second horse, which is visually dominant.