Ya'll keep wondering how I get so much done, but I think there's a discrepancy between real-time and blog-time. It only looks like a lot when you write it down and read it. It seems like I'm showing a lot of finished quilts lately, but they've been in the works for years. I actually haven't even set foot in my sewing room in almost a month, but chances are good that I'll get to sew today. DH left before 3 this morning and I've got leftovers in the fridge. Plus, the wind is absolutely HOWLING. There is dirt in the air - even in this old ranch house so cleaning house is out of the question, but it's still a good 3 hours until daylight so hope springs eternal that it'll calm down as the morning dawns.
So, the quilt I'm sharing today was started way back in 2015
I pieced it in December of 2015 according to notes scribbled in my project notebook, but it looks like I never blogged about it so there are no in-progress photos and I finally finished binding it last week. The fabric collection is called Summer House - bright, pretty prints:
Jackie used a pear green thread and a pantograph called Fresco Feather that shows up beautifully on the pink dot backing I pulled from my stash
This made a 57" x 72" quilt and I hope it brings joy in it's new home:
Somehow, this got pushed back, but after 5 years, it finally gets it's day in the sun