It’s been absolutely ages since I “rolled the dice” to see which of my UFOs I would get to work on for the week. Or, make that a day or two, as once again, we had things happening this week, followed by a weekend away attending a caravan club rally. As you can see, it’s all go at our place. So what is number four on my List of Six UFOs? I’d forgotten, so had to check the list to refresh my memory, and discovered that it is my Soul Searching quilt. Not too much to do on this project, so if I knuckle down, I may well get it all done before the weekend.
You may remember that I had completed the top earlier, after reducing it from twelve blocks to nine blocks, read about it here.
Nine big blocks in my Soul Searching quilt top
The three pastel blocks which were removed were then stitched together as part of the quilt backing. So I just had to finish piecing the backing to make it large enough – now completed.
The start of the pieced backing
It’s good to get this done, and the next step will be to take it to get commercially quilted – this quilt is too big for me to handle at home. And I’ve been planning ahead, and made some scrappy black binding for when the quilt comes back home to me.
Binding all ready to use