Horribly ashamed, I had a better look at the stitching, which wasn't even straight, and figured I could do a better job myself. At that point, the only time I had wielded a needle was for cross stitch. I headed off to the library and checked out every quilting book I could find. My daughter was only 2 at the time and very much in love with her stuffed rabbit, so the first quilt I tackled was a toddler sized one with rabbits in the blocks. So then I discovered the joys of Steam-a-Seam and did a credible job of zig-zagging them on afterward. The problem came when I tried to line up the borders. I think I must have ripped out the seams several times before they came into alignment. I was sold! Who knew quilting could be so much fun! I've never looked back:)
My huband obliged me by holding the quilt up. My daughter was overjoyed with the bunnies.