Trying to get a couple more finishes in before the end of the year. Moody 9-Patch has the initial phase of binding sewn on, all the clips on and now is waiting on the hand stitching time.
|Moody 9-Patch getting a binding|
|Country Stars all finished up!|
|The compass stars are never a bad idea|
|So happy the hand quilting grid proved out|
|Should be a good couch throw!|
|On to the next quilt|
|Ready for the next step|
|A quilt that refuses to be taken seriously|
I'm crossing my fingers this will be a joyful, happy looking quilt, not a sad hst vomit type thing. I went ahead and cut out more of the darker brown and medium blue fabrics for more units. So far the green is the very hardest to introduce into the quilt which is pretty on par for normal around here. Don't want to leave it out though as there will be more green used in the sashing pieces. Probably. It's been a lot of fun though and coming together without much trouble. In my head, I'm calling it a 'palette cleanser', but I'm not sure why. Maybe because it's a quilt that refuses to be treated as precious?