Of course it was snowing the morning I was taking the picture, but I couldn't wait because I had to get this baby in the mail and on it's way to Maggie.
While we were hanging this up, Jack asked if I had named the quilt yet. I hadn't even thought of that, but figured he had an idea. For those of you who don't know, Jack is not only my wonderful husband, but he is also my official quilt namer, quilt holder, and binding fabric chooser. :-)
I asked his thoughts and he said, "Blue Lagoon, because it is so peaceful and calming." Wow! That is exactly what I was hoping for when I chose these fabrics. Yay! I nailed it!
I did decide to use this fabric for the binding, and I'm very happy with that decision. (I made that decision on my own, but Jack approved. lol)
I think it looks good on the front and back.
Speaking of the back, I had this wide backing from Wilmington Prints planned for another quilt, but decided to use it because it was perfect for this quilt. I'm sure I will find something else for the other quilt, which isn't even started yet.
I've got a lot of irons in the fire, included that 2020 Monthly Color Challenge hosted by Jen at Patterns by Jen. She's introduced the bloggers for next year and I'm one of them. Not only will there be monthly blocks with instructions, there will also be prizes. Oh, how we all love prizes!
I have finished my two 2019 Color Challenge quilt tops and have already made the bindings. I just need to finish the actual quilting; and I hope to do that by the weekend. Be sure to check back for those pictures.