So I shifted my effort to more fun sewing projects. I finished binding my historic block quilt. I don't know why, but I don't really like putting on quilt bindings and I'll store nearly-finished quilts for months before I get around to finishing them. Since I just picked this one up from the machine quilter last week, I'm feeling pretty good about getting this part finished.
I don't have the ability right now to take a good picture, because I've only got the one bed set up in the basement with very crummy light, but once Jeff comes home, I'll see if I can have him help me hang it up on the picture rail on the main floor. But you all will get the idea. (Excuse the messy end tables please, I don't feel like cleaning them up.)
|Front side of Historic Block Quilt|
|Back side of quilt|
I made matching piping and I sewed on lots of eyelet from my scrap box. I even made the matching bloomers! It's going to be adorable when we finally have our master bedroom finished and Louisa is all dressed up in this outfit to coordinate with the quilt.