Grammy Squares is off the long arm and ready for binding! There were times I didn't think I would ever get this one finished.
This picture of the back of the quilt really shows off an interesting pattern and the density of the quilting. This quilt isn't large, but it is heavy. I guess the weight of the thread and the wool batting all add up.
I'll have time to get the binding on this week and finish writing the pattern. My sister Gail and my friend Barbara are testing out the directions for me. I appreciate their input and good suggestions. I'll be teaching this as a class on the 14th of March at In Between Stitches. I will have 15 pattern testers in the class!! I know the girls will find something that is unclear and needs changing. This pattern is going to be perfect before it's released to the general public.
Opening day for Little League is this Saturday. This year, two of our little grandsons will be taking the field, along with our son, Coach Chuck. We LOVE watching the games. There are many heartwarming moments, typical of a Norman Rockwell painting. Small town Americana at its best. So many lessons in life are learned on the field. The importance of teamwork, always doing your best, how to be a good loser, and a gracious winner. See you on the field!