I finished quilting the Circles Quilt, first reported a long long time ago HERE, and oh, hey, that was even after I had the top finished, way before that! Do not fret though, if you feel you have tops way older than this that have not been quilted, because I DO TOO. Way, way older, almost like Star Wars long time ago.
Any who, I made millions of small circles with the quilting, and thank you, this top was lap size for all those bubble circles. As I was quilting in the border, I found out that my back didn't quite stretch all the way to the edge of the top on one side. I stopped the quilting before the edge, and I added a strip of fabric to the back where it came up short.
New Bee! Yay, needed that! I had one ending in August, and I almost had free time on my hands! Wasn't sure what I would do with that, so very quickly I found a Bee that was starting. Won't this make an awesome Halloween themed quilt?
This is my 6.5" center for a local round robin with the Richmond Modern Quilt Guild. We're starting small. I can do small.
I was away for a few days, and when I returned there was a nice little package of Kona Cottons from Fabric.com, who has excellent prices for Kona Cottons. I randomly picked colors, but also picked some colors to go with prints I had recently bought, but don't have a photo of. Not sure if I should always be showing off fabric I have
hoarded purchased for making future quilts or at least quilt tops. I always have a plan, it just may take a few years to execute.
I would like to press something, but my board seems to be being used as a place for storage at the moment. And block layout planning for Sherbet Pips. Most of the rest of my room looks like this too.