Ever the gal in charge of Quality Control, Bab adds one last stitch or two!
Breakfast in Bed is nearly a reality!! ;-) What? Did you forget that it needs to undergo a couple more steps?
Removing the pins and tacks that held the quilt to the frame.
Wow! It's off the frame!
There must be a binding applied to all four sides and corners... (Thanks, Konnie!!!) Not only did Konnie cut the binding pieces and sew them together, but she's volunteered to sew the binding onto the quilt. This will eventually necessitate trimming all the excess fabric and batting before the binding is folded over and hand sewn to the back of the quilt.
What do you think?
This is the back of the quilt. Perhaps you can see the stitching pattern?
We are quite pleased (happy, excited, giddy?) with the progress that has just been made.
But the fun's not over, yet. If you can remember the Thanksgiving Ingathering of 5 years ago, when Lori and I took a Christmas Quilt, entitled "Jacob's Ladder" (we nicknamed it Polemonium) to the Missions Auction and it was sold for $255.
I wonder what will happen this year? The Thanksgiving Ingathering will take place Saturday, November 1. I plan to be there... I hope the others can be as well. How about you???
It might be hard to let it go. Do you suppose one of us will bid? Or perhaps someone from our church congregation? Or perhaps someone on Facebook?? (I'm going to advertise!)
You could bid, too, you know!
The saga continues!
Stop by in a couple of weeks or so.
SG, Lori, Konnie, Bab, and Soo.