The quilt top is done. Next steps: building the quilt sandwich, basting, then Quilting.
7 out of 14 rows pieced together. The quilt top is half way done.
Rows 5 through 9 have been pressed–oops. I meant rows 5 to 14 have been pressed. And row 5 is ready to be attached to
Four rows of the quilt top are complete and sewn together. Only 10 more rows to piece together. And meet Eva Grace, always around to lend a paw when I am sewing. Her brother, Rumpus, is usually helping me when i’m knitting.
So I finally had a little time to try stitching 2 rows together. Not perfect; but not bad either.
So, in the past week I’ve had the opportunity to complete two rows
I think I need to continue to learn how to stitch and how to maintain a 1/4 inch seam.
The layout for my first quilt. Hopefully, I can begin sewing soon.