You don't get much a sense of the quilting because of the stitching in the ditch. I have realised I stitch in the ditch like a drunk walking home from the pub on a Friday night. I do not always take the most direct route! Unfortunately. If you flip the quilt over you get more of an idea of the grid I followed for the quilting.
I didn't stitch in as many of the wrinkles as I feared I might, but there are a couple of these mishaps.
I am sticking my head in a hole in the ground and pretending it didn't happen. Is this an atrocious attitude? Normally I would have the stitch ripper in my grip and be determinedly removing all those lines of stitching but I
And stitched it on.
Now I am hand stitching like a mad woman, and have completed one side of the binding. Three more to go. There is a chance that this could be in the post later on tomorrow. And then I can concentrate on this. Only two more blocks and the edging to do before I put some binding on this one as well. This will be the longest I have ever
I hope everyone who is the northern regions of the UK is safe from the horrible weather that is hitting them. Stay warm, dry and cosy inside if you can. I miss a log fire when a snow storm is raging outside. I don't miss the snow, the shovelling, the slush or the cold. But that lovely safe and snug feeling when all the weather does it worst outside and you don't have to go out into it gives me a wonderful sense of contentment.