Despite being laid up this week I was able to get 2 borders on. The plan is to get the last 2 borders on this weekend. And hopefully I’ll be able to miter the corners and have the quilt top finished!
- Measure the top
- Determine how much backing I need and measure the backing fabric I have to see if it is enough.
- Embroider the label
- Piece the back
- Set the top and back aside for quilting. It is now the third quilt ready for quilting. :0
- Clear up the bits and pieces of leftover fabric and put it in the various scrap bins I’ve set up for my new scrap system.
If I’ve got time, the next project on my list is Hampton Ridge. So far, I’m being a monogamous quilter; working on one project at a time. Part of it has to do with my space. The other part has to do with the part of the project I’m working on. I was on the border part for Moon Glow. I had to finish that step before I moved on to another project. I’m sure when I get to piecing things again, I’ll be able to work on a different project every weekend. 🙂 If I remember correctly (and I might be wrong) I’ve got the rows pieced for Hampton Ridge. I need to piece the rows together to finish the inner top and then get the border on. And then get the back together for it. Then this will be 4th in line for quilting. ;0