It’s always great to get up to the binding stage in the quilt making business. I didn’t have quite enough blue go right around the rugby panel quilt, so used some of the grey/black fabric across the bottom. It doesn’t look too bad, I hope. Sitting at the dining table was very pleasant as I hand stitched the binding down. Then I had lots of ends from quilting around the rugby figures to finish off. I do like to sit outside if I can, but although it has been sunny, the breeze has been a little chilly these last couple of days.
Hand stitching the binding
Finally this job was finished and it was photo time. I’ll be donating this to Foster Hope charity and hopefully a youngster will love it on his bed.
Most of this quilt was made from stash fabrics. Although I did purchase the panel, at only $5 it was a bargain. And the black and white spotty fabric I used on the back was part of a bundle donated recently to our Sew Wot group, so I gladly took it home and used that.