After two intense weeks of activity, am happy to report I have the whole Saturday I can devote to quilting - yeah! - and it's Worldwide Quilting Day. I love babysitting the DGKs, and working with my St. Anne's group and dining with DH and friends, and volunteering at the library, but gotta' have my quilting. Today, after straightening up a bit and having some healthy oatmeal ( enhanced by Splenda, walnuts, cranberries and cinnamon) I started working on my Guild's BOM quilt again that is my lovely finish for March. Back is now done. Here it is on my queen size bed.
Uh - it's a lot bigger than I visualized. Yes, I knew the size, but I'm bad at picturing how big that will be. So today I'm going to challenge myself to put it together as a QAYG project with a solid back.
I've made several, but only one other one with a solid back. Better go find on my quilt bookshelf Marti Michell's Machine Quilting by Sections book. This is the go-to book if you're making a big quilt on a domestic sewing machine. Click here to see her video on this book.
I'm linking to SewCalGal's Virtual Sew-cial today. Go on over and meet some quilters from all over the world.