Yes! I truly have finished the last of the second set of Sister's Choice blocks! So I'm free to start something new!
The two quilts will each be set as 6 blocks by 7 blocks for 42 blocks per each, a total of 84. I've had fun doing them off and on for two years. Now I'm glad to show the last three done.
Over the weekend, I celebrated having these last blocks finished by engaging in a fun but fast diversion. I had been cleaning up around my trusty ole' White and discovered a handful of perfectly nice flying geese leftover from the Windmills of My Mind quilt's border.
What to do? I played and made some lovely Evening Star blocks out of random scraps. But I desperately wanted to finish something right away! With scraps of high loft polyester batting and an old fat quarter or two as backings and a dip into the basket of binding's leftovers and soon I had four potholders. I love them! I still do not know how I made the loop from the binding. I did it 4 times and it was slightly different each time. LOL!
I also stopped in at Keepsake Quilting on Saturday and found lovely Civil War selections in the outlet store. I am horrified by this picture's coloration, the red has photographed as magenta when it is actually rich turkey red with stripes of pin dots of cheddar.