I used the EQ7 rotary cutting directions to cut the right number of HSTs and layout for placement, and completing the piecing done over the winter, got it sandwiched and pinned, and then it got tucked up in the closet for months, both before and after my move, waiting to be quilted. Well, Jordyn's 10th birthday is fast approaching later in September, so I guess it's time to get busy and finish this quilt so she can enjoy it while she's still likes the theme she picked. I pulled it down last week to start quilting as the first project to work on at the HQ16 in the kitchen while Jacob plays downstairs. The first day I got the entire central motif--peace sign and the center pink sections within the sign--quilted in one day! Now to get back to it and continue my progress.
So this is my contribution to Linky Tuesday hosted by Freemotion by the River--a work in progress that now has a firm finish deadline for Jordyn's birthday.
More snippets from the sewing room soon,