After I finished putting the borders on the Malaria quilt, I looked at the other unfinished projects I had brought along. I had stopped at Burkholder's on my way West, using their very generous 20% off coupon, and had made some very deliberate purchases. One such purchase was the stopper and outer borders for this batik baby quilt. The borders went on quickly and easily. I don't generally hand quilt batiks, but I just might try machine quilting this one.
I can't tell you how much I love this quilt.
I am going to take it to Mary Ellen next week and have her machine quilt it.
I had bought a jelly roll of Kaffe in mostly blues and greens, and had about a yard and a half of that robin's egg Kona left over, and began making HSTs, pretty much aimlessly.
And that, friends, is what I have to show for my accomplishments of the weekend. I can't give you pictures of the naps, the fellowship, the laughing and the scheming, and it is prolly better than I don't have pictures of the wine. The weekend was just what I needed.