Flat as a pancake ... Derby
I decided to take a break from working on fall and holiday
fabric so I pulled this collection from my stack of fabric.
I had the top ready to sew to the bottom but had to wait
until Julep decided to get up.
She is so cute I just don't have the heart to make her move.
When she did decide to move I quickly picked up the
two pieces to sew together. This is the completed top
which was nicely pressed before they decided to have play time.
Julep can be pushy and a little rough when playing with
Derby. He is hiding from her and I can't blame him.
While I wasn't feeling great with my head cold I
managed to sew together about 14 tops as well as
made the backs for these quilts. So .... it's time to
roll out the batting for the next step in the process.
Can you spot Julep?
It's unusual for Derby to lay down on a quilt I'm working on.
This one is for Kaitlyn.
All 14 quilt tops are quilted. The next step is to trim up
the overhang then make the bindings for them. I'll be taking
my Bernina in for service this week while I'm away in
Lancaster with my sister.