This post brought to you from the former student of the no-mojo dojo! This particular quilt has been a bit of a paper jam in my quilting projects because its big, bulky, and boring! I had decided on a very simple narrow horizontal lines as the main quilting. So back and forth and as I don’t work with a quilting frame… draping this queen size sandwich of fabric over my shoulders. It got to a point where my husband even said something about losing interest in quilting… which at that point it was about half done or more but then had been set aside for a marathon of knitting.
But in finishing it, and especially in the binding of it there was such joy and freedom just moving it into done from “need to work on yet.” So it took a year but I’m so back I even stopped at the fabric store for a jelly roll for another top already!
This one is for my guestroom which is a very vibrant green and getting wonderful morning sunshine. Its also home to my crafting bookshelf with baskets of yarn.
I am particularly pleased with the binding which is pieced from the yellows and greens. And was so happy to get some sunshine to photograph this one in this weekend too!
I am tempted to send out the Christmas quilt top that is done since I do have that together and then maybe it will be done by Christmas! But I also have a couple kits and ideas for a myriad of other quilts… just as soon as I finish the latest Sock Madness round!