My thought was to put the batting on and pin the tops side by side, but the more I thought about it, the more I couldn't work out in my mind how to do it successfully. For one thing, I couldn't find a thread and bobbin color that would would work well on both. I also wanted to fold the back over to make the bindings when I finished the quilting so edge to edge quilting wouldn't work. I ended up taking it off and separating the backs. I loaded just one and started over.
Once, that was done, it didn't take too long to get the quilting done. I used a small meander which went pretty fast but is still dense enough to stand up to a lot of use.
If I have time, I'll get the second one loaded before I leave here today.
We will be having lunch at my daughter's today for Mother's Day. I picked up a cute little gift for my mom at Joann Fabrics last time I was there.
A little cosmetic bag and hand cream. Gotta love Joann's. Hope you have a happy Mother's Day!