I can hardly believe it, but I'm still working on UFOs that have been UFOs forever. Even though I have about two or three hundred projects lined up that I would just LOVE to start, I've been a good girl in sticking with finishing some of the multitude of half done projects (how does that happen?) that have been languishing in my quilt studio for far too long.
Yesterday was one heckuva botched day as far as it being my "quilting day." If you want to read about it, hop on over to my other blog, A Homegrown Journal, and you'll see what I mean. There's another little craft project I've been working on pictured there also.
Because of not much quilting getting done yesterday, I took this afternoon, went into that fabric lined room and shut the door.
Except for the hand sewing on the binding, I finished this quilt I was working on last week. I'll show you more of it after the binding is done.
I had thought of doing some meandering or stippling on this quilt, but ended up quilting squares in the plain parts of the blocks instead. I don't know if it shows up enough for you to see that part in this picture.
Then I started the quilting on this top I had finished (again) long ago. At least I knew how I wanted to quilt this one. I just had never gotten around to doing it. (The white circle in the top of the center of the quilt is a quilting template.)
At first I made it as a baby quilt. Then I started thinking of it as a lap quilt. Today I realized it might fit in the space on a wall of my "new" kitchen where I've been putting up seasonal wall hangings. We shall see if I've changed my mind again by the time it's done.