Terry finished quilting my Sweet Scandinavian quilts and they turned out beautifully. Thank you, Terry!
Instead of spending my usual Saturday morning at the rink, I got to watch a cruise ship documentary while drinking coffee and binding my quilt. Life is good. I've said before that I love to bind. I thought that I'd share a few of my binding tips.
When I bind, I always wear these gloves. I'm able to grip the heavy quilt and it makes all the difference in the world. I also use my walking foot for sewing the binding onto the my quilt. For less than six dollars, I bought The Binding Tool on sale at The Fat Quarter Shop. The seamless, continuous binding works out every time.
Question of the day: (its a doozey for me) If you could ask one person, alive or dead, only one question, who would you ask and what would you ask? Maybe I'd ask Hitler just who he thinks he is. Or I'd ask Jesus why Judas was picked as a disciple. Or I'd ask Oprah if I could stay at her Maui home with her for a weekend. I might ask Steve Jobs if he lived his life the way he wanted when it was cut so short. One question is not enough. Thanks, Christa, for inspiring me to ask myself these hard questions. Your retreat idea led me to search out my own questions.
Have a great week!