The tiny 9-patch is finished.
At first I thought about doing some hand quilting on it, but when you have this much congestion on the back, that is kind of difficult.
I didn't press any seams open because I knew I wanted to do some Stitch-in-the-Ditch.
Just quilted some straight lines and simple loops in the border.
Here is a perspective shot. It is about 7" x 8", with 3/4" finished nine patches.
I finally finished messing with the trees in Sasquatch's forest.
Thursday he went to the machine quilters. I won't be pushing any large quilts around under Gidget's needle for a while, yet, and I wanted this to get finished and to my oldest daughter's family.
I pieced the back from chunks of blue and green flannels. I am having the machine quilter attach the binding, too, and then my Mom has offered to sew it down by hand.
My shoulder is being scoped this morning. Not sure how soon I will be back to blogging and quilting, but I will be quilting vicariously through the adventures of my blog friends! I'll be back as soon as I can.
In the meantime, enjoy this recent view from my sewing room window. Love those clouds.
Until next time,