Storm at sea was started about 5 or 6 years ago. I forced myself to work on it on my spare moments this week as today is our 54th anniversary and isn’t that what marriage is all about – weathering the storms of life together. The is totally finished – the marriage continues.
with a hanging sleeve and very difficult to see but I used permanent marker in the lower right corner to put my name and date. I love this quilt so am so happy to see it finished. Now I need to find the perfect place to hang it.
I’m linking up to Elm Street Quilts One monthly goal with this finish.
I quilted bubbles over this Sunny Coins flimsy today. So now another quilt is in the “needing binding” pile. Interestingly, when you have a flimsy ready to go, often times, you really aren’t even half way there. You need batting and some of these battings definitely need to be pre-shrunk. Then there is choosing and sewing together the backing and the binding. Now you get to choose the design and get everything on the machine so you can quilt. It all takes time, so this entire day (after gym) has been spent getting this flimsy quilted. And currently I don’t’ even have a place to put it up where you can see the entire quilt.