Fudge it to Fit
Yes, this could definitely be me. Since I’m not a perfect quilter … never have been, never will be … this could have been me with my quilting friends!
When I was first learning to quilt – before we had rotary cutters, we tore our fabric into strips to make Log Cabin – Quilt in a Day – as per Eleanor Burns instructions back in the day. And you know what happens to torn strips! They stretch and are not nice and straight on the edges … so you learn to fudge. I still fudge!
One of the pieced borders is on. I had my husband and daughter vote on which red to use in the border. Do you know which one was chosen? Which would you choose?
They both went with the bottom red. I’ve got it cut out.
SEW – 3 more pieced borders to sew on … 4 red borders … and 4 black borders and it will be a flimsy. SEW – a total of 11 more seams!
FINALLY: light at the end of the tunnel! And a finished flimsy will be born!
Yes, a labour of love … in this case, a long labour!
I have organized my Bonnie Hunter Pinterest board by quilt names. Whew … I KNOW Bonnie has made a LOT of quilts – but when I started organizing them by name, I was, again, blown away. You can visit my Pinterest board HERE.
To see what other’s in the quilting world are working on – click on the following links:
- Linky Tuesday @ Free Motion by the River
- WIPs on Wednesday @ Esther Quilt Blog
- Let’s Bee Social @ Sew Fresh Quilts
- Midweek Makers @ QuiltFabrication
- sew stitch snap SHARE @ Kokaquilts
- Happy Needle and Thread @ My Quilt Infatuation