I did get the rare opportunity to sew both Saturday and Sunday this weekend. Boy did that feel strange. I can't remember the last time that happened. In spite of that, the design wall didn't change much. I finally got around to making the binding for the Geisha quilt and hope to finish that quilt this week. The purple and yellow scrap quilt top was also finished this weekend. The final borders went on Saturday. I like how it came out.
|Pattern by Judy Turner and Margaret Rolf |
found in the book "Successful Scrap Quilts"
Now I have to piece the back. The backing fabric is all pressed, it just needs to be cut and sewn together. Then it will be sent out for quilting. So it won't get done this month, but just getting the top done is an accomplishment. This UFO has been around since 2005. It's the second oldest on my list, so it really feels good to get it this far.
I'm linking up over at Judy's Patchwork Times. Check out all the other design walls. There are some amazingly creative people out there.