The kids left today but I shouldn’t miss them too much, we’ll see them in a few weeks and I have lots of quilting, binding, and packing to do.
After they left, I went back to bed and slept another 2 hours but still managed to bind a Strippie and quilt the Modern Puzzle top. Pantograph is Happy Times and this is #4 of 10 I plan to quilt before we return to Big Canoe.
I joke about needing a binding marathon after my quilting one but I’ll bind some each day. I’ve still got 5 waiting for binding and more to quilt and I don’t want to get too far behind!
I’m so sorry I’m not still in Orlando or I’d toddle over & help you bind (my favorite part of the whole process!). I know you can do it! Slow & steady, right? I’m in a similar boat… I have fabric strips cut but need to sew them into bindings for several quilts (not my favorite part of the whole process). Oh well… we have the whole summer stretched out before usto do it, right?
Is there a pattern for this quilt?
Binding is a necessity that always seems to take time from something fun. I have been keeping up but it is because I force myself.
I’m sure the binding will just gradually happen and you’ll be done before you know it. I have one small quilt left to bind right now. And I have 24 more blocks to make for the quilt I started last week. Those little girls are so cute and look so happy. Mo always seems to have a smile on her face.
Don’t find this pattern on your page anywhere. Am I overlooking it? Looks fun.