Here it is Thursday already. I missed posting on Wednesday Spider Day. . . have been out busy with my oldest son exchanging batteries on my RV. Sheesh! There are SIX batts in my rig. . . and the cost of batts these days. . . oh well, you get the idea. Enough of that.
Nine blocks are stitched together. The connecting seams are pressed open as I think the top will press and lay better this way. The s.a. inside the blocks are twirled -- this set up opposing s.a. and made it easier to sew the blocks together.
The pale yellow used in the center of each block will be repeated as a narrow first border, followed by a pieced border incorporating all the different fabrics used in the Spider blocks. I'm leaning toward a red binding to finish it off, but will make that final decision later. Are you making a Spider quilt?
Here's Miss Diva who has wedged herself back under the covers. She's such a cute fluff ball. ; -)
Time to hit the 'rain-room' and get ready -- today is Guild day.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope where ever you are, you find some time to create and sew today. . .