I usually work on up to single bed size when doing free motion work. Even then I usually find ways to break the quilt doing into smaller sections to join together later when fully quilted.
Can't do that for my dragon and as she is queen sized....
Back to red-wine quilting for me. I do my best work when I have something that will stain horribly sitting beside the machine. Red wine has the added advantages of helping keep the old shoulders relaxed and after a few, I do a lot less unpicking (Fuck it, no one will see that, I'm not ripping it out!).
|My least favourite job, burying ends|
She is more like Tintaglia from Robin Hobb's Liveship series. But she is the wrong colours.
She could be Fente, one of the young RainWild dragon queens from Dragon Haven. But what about other books/mythology? Lets make a shortlist.
Fente, from RainWild
Evelyn, just because
Path (a Pern dragon), ridden by Mirrim of Benden Weyr
Malachite or Olivine (for the shades of green in her)
Violet (for her wings)
Boudica, named for Queen Boudica of the Celts (a fairly kick-ass gal)
I'm leaning towards Fente. She is a young queen, and can be quite social and chatty with humans but other dragons piss her off, especially if they are beneath her physically or mentally. As such she has a wee bit of a temper on her.