Have you finished your snowball blocks? Maybe you have already sewed your blocks together into a square mat or a rectangular runner so now let’s quilt it.
Cut a piece of batting and a backing a few inches bigger than your quilt top.
I showed the back side so you could see the total number of lines quilted. It took me about 10 minutes. Tonight I will bind it. Here is Cindie’s dark blue mat with several pieces of Country Threads fabric included – now that dates her stash!
Answers to questions: yes, that was Faye in the picture behind Emma. She was into the 3rd day of not eating but she finally ate at lunch. The chicks are in a larger pen but still in the barn because they aren’t smart enough to go outside yet. They are eating “big chicken” feed along with their chick feed and some of the Turkens are really getting big.
Tomorrow I’ll tell you what you will need to have ready on Monday if you want to start your rug.