Hope everyone had a Merry Christmas. I certainly did. The last week was a shopping and wrapping frenzy around Life in Pieces. Manic sewing was also well in evidence as can be seen in my late bedtimes on a few nights last week. Thankfully, I did "finish" two Christmas gifts during those late hours. The last two borders were added to the Geisha quilt so I could at least wrap a finished top up for my niece.
My niece was thrilled with the top. I'll get the back assembled this next week, then get it off to Trudy for quilting.
I finally got the binding on the Flurry quilt about noon on Friday. Leaving me just enough time to get photographs before it was wrapped and loaded up in the car as a gift for one of my sister-in-law's.
She liked her gift as well. She likes both the front and back. My Guy and Kiddo like the back of this quilt better than the front.
Trudy quilted this using holly leaves and berries along with a few snow flakes here and there.
Trudy did a wonderful job as usual.
The only thing left on the design wall is the Fat Quarter Stars Quilt Along, but I've not made any progress on that this week due to the aforementioned manic Christmas sewing.
I'm off this next week and have plans to do some sewing room clean up and reorg, along with some significant piecing. To see what everyone else has been up to, check out Judy's Patchwork Times for more design walls.