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that self binding is what we do on most of the church charity quilts. But, sometimes the backing is just big enough and then I use binding from my scrap binding box! When I cut binding and I have just enough fabric to cut one or two more strips, I just make extra binding! So, I do LOTS of scrappy bindings!
I am in KS with my dad for a week. So I will miss my sewing and be eager to ge5 home and sew again next week! Lol
Ridgebacks are pretty neat dogs! Good luck with the puppy days….lol!
I am at dads a few days while my sister is away. Really, really dry here in KS. But getting showers this morning…,so much for yard work this AM. Lol.
Very nice! I really like the colorful clamshells. I vote for the black border, but you are probably already done with it. I’ll have to read ahead to see what you have done.
I like the design with the animal prints! Nice Job!
Is your Tree of life quilt the one you were working on at retreat? That one was sure an outstanding piece of art. I hear you on back issues. We need an ergonomic cushy chair that we can move in different positions to take the pressure off our backs while working on our projects. Leaning forward isn’t the best on our backs. And a design surface that works with the chair.
The movie night sounds like fun with the Star Wars Geeks. I haven’t been to a theatre in way too long. I watched a little bit of the coronation in the afternoon. Yes, it sounds like you are living it up. Ha ha!
Wow, I clicked on the link and that quilt is gorgeous. Good job on your progress so far. I have a (hexagon quilt top) a work in progress it’s probably 2/3’s finished, that I haven’t picked up in years. Partially because it is red fabrics with cream colored centers and some of the red fabrics bled. I was afraid to finish it and then have it bleed throughout the quilt. I have more confidence now that I can finish it and get the staining out with the encouragement from some of my quilt friends. This pattern makes me wish I had waited the 23 years to start one. Ha ha, yes I started that quilt in 2000, it was my traveling quilt project. I’m too far along to stop now, so maybe when fall or winter rolls around again, I can pick it back up. For summer I hope to work on some small projects.