I did work on more bindings, but I couldn't wait to start this next project. The fabric had been sitting on the cutting table just waiting for me and my sketches were right next to the chair where I sit to bind. Both kept calling my name and I had no way to stop them, other than pick them up and start sewing. :-)
This has a bit more muted look to it than the quilts I usually make, but I like it. I'm already playing with some fabric variations to make another one as a donation quilt. It's the ideal size for donating (60" x 72" without a border) to the group I'm thinking about.
I don't feel too guilty about working on this rather than binding. This was so simple and quick that I won't have to spend but another hour or so to finish the top. All I have to do is sew the top four rows to each other and add it to the other eight rows. Yippie!! I may add a border, but I'd have to search for fabric to do that. Perhaps less is more and I'll just quilt and bind it. (More binding to add to the pile!)
While I was piecing this, I was doing a leaders and enders thing and this is the result of that.
Check back tomorrow to see how these have changed and more about how I've done them.
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