With the green quilt done, I was all excited to move one of my other quilts-on-the-go along. I've got four that have all the blocks done and just need assembling.
I decided to tackle the smallest one first, since some of the blocks and sashing were already assembled and, being the smallest, I should be able to throw it together quickly.
Famous last words...
I've never had a seam-ripper out so many times on one project. And I don't know why... I'm only sewing straight lines.
But... I'm happy to say after two days of sewing and ripping and ripping and sewing...
I've got a nice piece of pink flannel from the backing (bought forever ago for pajama pants or something). And there's plenty of the greenish-cream left from the cornerstones and stripes for binding, so it will all tie together nicely.
This one will be a couch quilt as it matches the colours I'm using in the living room, so it's the perfect size for just one person.
But you won't see this one finished for a while. I'm going to try to sweet-talk Mom into quilting it for me, and she won't have time for that until after Christmas.
Now to decide which one to work on next... stars, or paws, or HSTs, oh my!?!