Anyway, I promised photos of my finished heart quilt now that it's quilted, so here are a couple.
This is the finished back. I don't usually do anything very fancy on the back, but I'm glad I did for this one.
Now, a sad story. Just look at the piece below. It is the inset piece between the blocks of my Tonga Batik Block of the Month quilt that I've been working on forever. I was getting ready to cut down and sew all of the inset pieces that join the blocks together when I noticed a problem.
Yes, sad looking, isn't it? Needless to say, I had to
rip out unsew all of the gray pieces and replace them with the blue-green. Although I liked the way the gray looked, the blue-green blended better, so it won.
This is the middle of the quilt top. Four more borders to go. Sigh. How does it look so far? Did I mention another four more borders? Pieced? Heavy sigh. I hope they require gray strips. Heavy, heavy, sigh...
It's late and I have about three loads of laundry to put up before bedtime, so I'm through for the night. I hope your quilting weekend went well.
P.S. Don't anybody mention bias edges and matching zig-zag lines! Ever!