Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Borders and Astronomical Delights

Okay, I will freely admit that I am a night person and that often the best chance I get to do anything remotely creative is after everyone is in bed and I can enjoy the quiet.

Tonight, I got the quiet AND a really cool lunar eclipse.  Between checking the eclipse and cutting and sewing border strips, I feel kind of accomplished tonight (and seriously sleepy).


It's really too wide to show it effectively on my curtain rod design wall.  But, the eclipse was lovely and I got to see it really well.  Once the clouds came rolling in heavily, I had gotten to see it and I figure it's just backwards from here on out.

The quilt top is completed.  Tomorrow, I get to piece the backing (and some batting) and see how this new machine does some simple quilting.

I really liked the piano key border idea, but the more I work with this top, the more I think it suits my Dad.  And, I really like that!

I am off to bed.  I promise to take a better photo of the top sometime.  Yawn!

3 comments:

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Cloudy here. Missed the moon thingy...Recovering from migraine. No words come easy. Quilt looks fantastic!

Zany Quilter said...

Oh, he is going to love it! Do lots of quilting to hold it all together...LOL ;-)

ohiostar5 said...

Wish I was a night owl, but just can't do it. It seems you get so much more done when you don't have any interuptions. Your Dad will love the quilt. Merry Christmas