I can't decide if I'm living in fast-forward or extreme-slow-motion... Either way, time keeps getting away from me.
When last we met, I'd hung up Glitter and was testing a border idea. To me, the edges of the top looked like they were just frittering off into nothingness, so I wanted a bit of a frame to contain them and hold them into the quilt.
I realize borders don't float everyone's boat, but I'm happy with the way it's turned out. It's only an inch wide so it won't be screaming for attention, plus there's the added benefit of pushing all those points away from the binding.
So, off went Glitter to join the mountain of tops that are awaiting quilting. (I'll get to them someday. I have A Plan.) (Don't laugh. Sometimes my plans work out okay.) (Well, sort of...)
That left me free to start a new Main Project, right? I reached for those HRTs that I've been cutting for the last couple of months for Jen Kingwell's Flutterby,