By machine I embroidered the names of all 283 munros on to the four borders - I did them in height order, 50 at a time, a different colour for each 50 (the top 50 were white for snow). This took a long time as I had to enter each letter one by one. At first I thought I'd just do 50, then I thought 100 would be nice and so on.... until all 283 were done! :) I was pleased with the end look, quite textural.
You might just about spot two little pink pigs appliqued on to the quilt - this is because they love pigs and have a huge collection of every sort of pig thing in their house (toys, ornamental etc)
The central panel of the quilt had actually been on the walk with us, and all of the group who had been on the hill had signed it in secret with messages for Andrei and Gill.
It was the ideal opportunity to present them with the quilt when they visited Sheila's open day last month, especially as it was the same week as Andrei's birthday.
They both seemed very pleased with the present and we hope it will remind them of all those fantastic days in the hills!