It’s Wednesday and the day after my local guild meeting, so it’s time to check in on my 10-in-10 list and see what UFO I have to complete by next month. The number that was drawn last night was 2 and on my list that is my KING sized Jacob Ladder’s quilt that I made for our bed approximately 2 years ago. It has sat this long because I have no idea how to quilt it. I was planning to send it off to be quilted, but still couldn’t decide on a quilting pattern and put it away to sit…so I pulled it out of my WIP storage bin and here is a little peek of the top.
It’s truly huge (and now all wrinkled) so a decent photo will have to wait. I have to get it quilted and bound by our meeting in June, so wish me luck!
In other fun sewing news, my Instagram friend, Sara Cecil (who also makes awesome quilt ladders!!), started an “Adorn Along” last week using Camille Roskelley‘s super cute Adorn quilt pattern from her latest book Simply Retro.
I have had this book and a list of “must makes” from it for a long time now. So, when I saw this quilt along, I just had to join in. On Sunday afternoon I whipped up my own version of this fun scrap busting quilt. It is a very satisfying little project to use with scraps. I probably spent more time pulling (and then cleaning up) my scraps than I did putting the quilt top together!
Hopefully I’ll have this quilted and bound by next week as I continue to ponder the quilting on my Jacob’s ladder. By the way…quilting suggestions are always welcome!
Linking up with Lee at Freshly Pieced.
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