I really rocked it and was able to get the inner parts of Celtic Solstice all quilted up. Now I’m all ready to quilt the borders. Except that I’m busy for the next 2 weeks. The next time I have the time to tackle the borders will be Saturday, Feb. 2. So I’m putting it on the calendar. This is the reason why it takes so long for me to quilt a quilt. I need to have a full day to get into the mindset to do something. And with such a big quilt, every bit of quilting is hard work. It is exhausting. But I made another step of progress and I’m almost done!
In the meantime, my plan is to work on Provence. The last time I worked on Provence was at the quilt retreat I attended at Thimble Towne in Bakersfield, CA last September. It was the first retreat I attended with fellow guildmates and my crafty friend, Mindy. I finished piecing the inner top and the next step is to piece the border. So, sometime this week I want to press the top, measure appropriately, cut the border, and piece it.
Here’s a pic of Provence as it is currently:
I currently have a quilting queue. Remember my #MakeNine2019. The 3 quilt projects on my #MakeNine2019 are Celtic Solstice, Have Yourself a Quilty Little Christmas, and Staycation. The top for Quilty Little Christmas has been done for a while. Since Feb, 2017. All the details are on my project page.
Have yourself a quilty little Christmas!
Top is finished! 🙂
It has been waiting for Celtic Solstice to be finished quilting for a long while. I have the batting and back ready for this thing. It’s been ready for so long I need to pull it out and make sure the back is actually cut. I don’t remember anymore.
I just finished Staycation last weekend at the most recent quilt retreat I attended with my Crafty friend, Karen. We were at Creation Station in Solvang, CA (actually it’s really Buelton, but no one really knows Buelton unless you are from SoCal and Buelton is 2 miles from Solvang. It’s actually the town you are at when you exit the 101 to head into Solvang.) So I still need to prep batting and the back before I quilt this one. I’m planning to do that when I’m finished with Quilty Little Christmas. So I’ll be working on Provence as my current quilty project. That’s quilt #4 that’s almost ready to be finished and then sit in the queue until I’m ready to quilt it.