The twenty-fifth time's the charm, my friends! This is my twenty-fifth quilt, and I think it is positively lovely. It turned out just as I had hoped and imagined.
I'm just going to give you a sneak peek right now. I'm still putting the binding on it, and after that I plan to admire it and admire it and work up the courage to auction it. (Okay, okay... I promise I will; but I can't promise it will be easy.)
It's my first churn dash, which is a bit of branching out from my usual patchwork. My husband is getting tired of patchwork. "Bah!" I say. "Good fabric doesn't need much more," I think. Even so, I must admit that I very much enjoyed piecing these blocks. I see many more churn dashes in my happy future.
And just look at Anne's quilting! My, oh, my! She is cranking out some wonderful things these days. More on this quilt later...
For now, I've put it on hold. It's time to finish up the Briar Rose quilt for my oldest daughter's sixth birthday. Maybe I'll show a picture of that one next? It's a beauty, too, if I may say so myself, patchwork and all.