There are 7 more days in the Spring to Finish Challenge. Remember, you decide what a finish is for you and come back here on April 30th and report your number of finishes. One entry for each finish. For me, a quilt has to be done, totally done, to count. This one isn't totally done, but it's moved from 5 blocks to a completed top. That's progress.
This is my scrappy cabin that I started way back in March 2008. Originally I was going to make all of these fit together in some way without sashing, but since each block is a different size, it was more than I wanted to tackle right now. I decided to use the leftover linen from Jon's graduation quilt to set these blocks.
So I made another 15 blocks and made this top. There isn't any color theme to the blocks...they're simply scrappy. I think a scrappy binding would look cute with this top. One more top added to the list of quilts to be quilted around here. I have 10 tops hanging in the closet...waiting. I have some basting to do and more backs to make.
There is one quilt that is sooooo close to a finish. Remember this quilt? It's the 'Wonderland Garden' quilt...the one I'm making to donate for the church raffle. I have this big roll of binding to hand sew on to the back and then a label to make.
Here's a peek. Stay tuned for the big reveal and find out how YOU might WIN this quilt. The ladies of the church have given me permission to open up the raffle to my blog friends.