Today is Friday, and as I considered which project to get out, the various “finish” linkies helped me decide. So instead of working on “London Roads” which is no longer new and exciting, nor is it anywhere near finished, I got “Saltwater Taffy” and its binding out.
Bouncing from project to project has been called “Quilters’ ADD.” I have a new perspective from having read How to Steal Like an Artist. Kleon advises, “When you get sick of one project, move over to another, and when you’re sick of that one, move back to the project you left. Practice productive procrastination” (65). “Productive procrastination,” I like that a lot better.
So, here is the finished look.
I had a little over 1/2 yard of binding left, so it goes into this pile:
I’ve seen several scrappy quilts bound with leftovers, so I started to save them. Maybe one quilt or maybe a light and a dark. Time will tell. Linking with Oh Scrap! for these binding bits. (The quilt is also made from scraps, but has been shown before.)