I Can Sure Get Myself Into Trouble! Yes Siree Bob!
Here I am, for the last two days quilting my little fingers to the bone on the KerBloom! Quilt.
Minding my own business, just quilting away. And I am coming down to the end. The last row. You know the feeling, you are almost there. Whether you quilt on a domestic head or a long arm, that feeling when you reach the last row is the same.
The end is near!
Before putting this quilt on the frame, I made the backing to the size needed. It was the right size, I swear!
But when I got to that last row.......this is where the end of the backing hit the quilt top. I must have put it on sideways.
(That is not exactly a direct quote.)
I need at least another foot on there. So my current plan is to get a piece of fabric a foot by whatever length, baste it to the short back and then quilt the remaining foot of the quilt. I figure that people hand piece quilts and quilt them, so I can handpiece a back and quilt it.
Since I am quilting a dense pattern I am sure it will be sturdy.
Oh, but I can get myself into trouble. Yes, I can.