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Quilted, bound, finished

This week I’ve worked quickly to finish this quilt.

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It’s all bound and ready…

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just in time to give to Harry as he begins his final undergraduate vet rotations.

I hope it keeps him warm and helps him study for his final exams.

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Short timelines

As always I’m in a hurry and a flurry.

The fabric that arrived last week has been cut and stitched into blocks.

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Those blocks have been stitched into rows.

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Those rows were stitched into a quilt top.

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The whole thing has been quilted…

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and approved by the quality controller.

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Onto the binding.

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Time thief

“This quilt is only small.” I told myself.

“This will take no time at all to quilt.” I agreed with myself.

“It’ll be finished in just a couple of hours.”

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Naturally I have chosen the densest windy swirls to quilt onto the blue. They’re perfect for the background, but highlight how deluded I am about the time I take to do anything…

It’ll be worth it, but you’ll have to come back in a day (or two or three or four) for me to show you the results.

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