Short post today. I finished the back and made the binding for my jelly roll race quilt. I will not put on the binding until it is machine quilted. Thanks to all who responded to my question. I wonder why that is the way we were taught all those years ago?
This photo is not my favorite. When this quilt is finished, it will look a lot prettier. I did audition this when I purchased the fabric for the back, which is the dark blue batik on the right side of the photo. It is sewn together. The white batik strip going diagonally across will be the binding. And to the left which you’ve seen finished is the top – a jelly roll race pattern made with Timeless Treasure Batiks – Watermelon.
Below is the finished top.
Linking up with WIP Wednesdays at Freshly Pieced.
My last post is a wonderful interview with Lee Heinrich of Freshly Pieced, who hosts WIP Wednesdays. Lee has generously offered to give-a-way a pattern of the winner’s choice. In order to win, please leave a comment in my comment box, telling us which is your favorite pattern from Lee’s shop. The winner will be announced after 5:00 PM EST on Thursday, June 18. So you have until then to enter this give-a-way. Please let me know how I can reach you if you are a no-reply responder, in case you are the winner.
Also, don’t forget to stop by and visit The New Quilt Bloggers Blog Hop. You will meet some inspirational new quilters and bloggers.