The binding is on the homespun sampler I made for my children’s piano teacher and it is ready to give to here. I’m very pleased with how it turned out. I hope she loves it. If you want to read about the progress of this quilt you can go here by scrolling down it should include every post that has to do with this quilt. In the way of progress I have basted and I’m now quilting my ‘A Dutchmen’s Journey quilt. And I’m happy to say I have found a home for it. I will be giving it to my Aunt Darlene. She is so generous to share her cabin every time we have our family reunion. And since this quilt is based on our heritage I though it would make a lovely gift for her. I’ll post finish pictures of it soon. All the blocks are quilted with windmills and I’m putting swirling wind in the sashing. Any ideas on how I should quilt the mountains in the border? If you can’t remember what this quilt looks like go here and scroll to the bottom. The border is not sewn on here. Apparently I have not taken a picture of it at that stage. But the border is up against it on the design wall so you should get a pretty good idea of what it looks like. I appreciate any and all suggestions.
Have a great weekend!