Remember last August when I went to Blue Earth to attend a lecture by Judy Martin? And she couldn’t come because she had Covid so her husband presented the program? Well, I took her advice to heart – borders are important. I’ve never been interested in borders because by the time I got to that part I was sick of working on that particular quilt.
And now remember my challenge to you about using hoarded fabric? Here’s my quilt with hoarded fabric and a Judy Martin border.
Another hoarded fabric –
I have rarely bought a kit but I did for this one. The fabric is lovely – almost silky feeling however they shorted me two fat quarters so my quilt made only 10 blocks. I ended up with a square quilt, 3×3, which is almost more useable to me.
So….three finishes for you. Now it’s back to the UFOs of which I have many to choose from!
I went to Walmart after church – I needed these things:
Moth balls to keep the squirrels away, fertilizer for some bad spots in my grass and more insecticide spray for my houseplants. I drove Red to church today – the season is changing and Red’s days of going to church will be over for the year.
If you like Little Red and would like one just like mine, a reader sent me an ad from Vermillion, SD where one is for sale. If interested send me an email and I’ll pass the information to you. Red is my Senior Citizen Toy. Smile!
Off to the sewing machine for the evening.