Here it is, Quilt #10. I made this one for my aunt for her graduation last November. Someday, I will actually start making quilts on time again. Luckily my newest project has no real deadline. Let's see how long it takes me to finish it.
Anyway, I didn't completely love this quilt until it was finished. I knew my aunt would dig the green color scheme, but I wasn't too sure I was going to like the final product. But then I put the binding on (I was forced to do a bit of pinning this time), and washed and dryed it. Is there anything more wonderful than a fresh out of the dryer quilt? I think not.
My aunt really liked it, and told me today that she put it out on her rocking chair. She said, and I quote, "You are a quilt making genius." Or something like that.
I have now moved on to my next project, which is a no hand sewing hexagon quilt! McCalls, you have answered my prayers. I'm really looking forward to seeing this one put together.
Finally, I'm pleased to let you know that I recently submitted a picture to one of my favorite blogs, EnglishFail. And guess whose picture is up on their site? Yes. Mine. Good guess.
They left out my favorite part of the card, which I guess is not really a fail, but it's funny. The sticker warns you to "Store and keep out of the reach of children to avoid them accidentally drinking this product." You know how those damn kids are always trying to drink paper products.