So here’s what I was working on while I should have been, I don’t know, buying gifts or mailing Christmas cards or something.
Ever since I started quilting, I have intended to make a Christmas quilt for my family. And ever since I started quilting, that has somehow not occurred. But you might remember from last week that I finished a Christmas quilt top! Surely it should have been a short, straight line from there to a finished Christmas quilt. Right?
Nope. Somehow instead of one finished Christmas quilt, I now have two finished Christmas tops.
All I did was go into my local quilt shop, with the goal of buying a fun Christmasy print for a quilt back. Easy enough, right? Except then I spotted the Hip Holiday line by Josephine Kimberling. And I had to have it. A lot of it (or at least more than was warranted for a back).
Long story short, what started as a simple pieced back in some of the Hip Holiday prints somehow turned into a second whole Christmas quilt, of a design inspired by Katie’s Star Bright quilt. Because once I finished piecing this “back,” it occurred to me that it was totally not a back at all. Oh well.
So then I managed to whip up two quilt backs (actual backs this time), baste them both, and now quilting is in progress. I’m hoping to get at least one done before Christmas, maybe. If I keep ignoring those gifts and cards.
Enough about me. What are you working on this week?
1. Link up any post from the past week that features at least one unfinished work-in-progress (WIP).
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