Okay, I get excited when I finish a block or a round robin project, one that is finished to me, though not totally finished. And a top, that feels good too. But nothing compares to quilted and bound! (Gotta make that happen more often.)
How nice of the sun to shine just right to show th quilting. From a distance it doesn’t look too bad. I recently read that one should be at least four feet away to evaluate a quilt. It does put irregularities into perspective.
And the binding. This is the first time I’ve actually gotten batting to fill the whole binding and gotten the second side to cover the stitches and kept the second stitching on the first side’s binding. In addition to that, the mitered corners came out right. That’s enough firsts to get excited about. 🙂
It is no longer enough to just photo a quilt, but my friends are posing them for portraits. It is fun. I really wonder about the outside shots, especially some gorgeous ones on the snow and on the sand. What do you do to protect the quilt? Maybe I’ll get brave someday, but meanwhile, mine pose inside.
As Friday linky blogs get posted, I’ll be linking up. Buttons to the side. TGIFF is up already because this week it is guest posted in Australia.