This little quilt made from leftover blocks is the very last finish of the year for me. I stitched the binding today and it now only awaits a wash and dry.
It's already dark so the photos are with a flash. Even if I'd finished it earlier I would have needed a flash because we've had such a grey day. (Love those grey days. No kidding!) And it's snowing now as I get ready to post this.
The quilt measures just 41½" x 54¼" (before wash and dry) -- a little quilt just big enough for a baby, or maybe the top of a table, maybe big enough to go over one's legs for warmth. I used leftover Cream Rose batting and Americana thread.
The quilt looks crooked below but it's the angle of the photo. (If people are born with photography genes, I didn't get any.) When I see photos of a finished quilt I notice things I didn't when it was in progress. Like, maybe I should have arranged those blocks a little differently, or maybe the sashing should have been wider/narrower/another color; etc. But it's done and I'm happy enough with this little quilt.
My other finishes this month were books and, sadly, not quilts. They were books. Four books in a month is a record for me.
here. I found this book really helpful in understanding my "rebel" husband. She also offers an online quiz to learn your own tendency.
a preview for the movie but based on the preview, I think the book is better. It was definitely worth my time to read it.
I'm linking this post to
> Finished or Not Friday at Busy Hands Quilts
> Finish it up Friday at crazy mom quilts
> TGIFF at Kathy's Kwilts and More
> Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? at Confessions of a Fabric Addict
> Show Off Saturday at Sew Can She
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