The starting to do list did indeed shrink, but in the process of cleaning in the long arm room I found more jobs to do. I have several quilts waiting for bindings. When I make piped bindings I always make a generous amount. I hate wondering if I have enough for then last side, and I am sure I fit it tighter the more worried I am. As a tight binding will distort a quilt I feel it’s better to make surplus. However that leaves me with lots of offcuts of binding. So 2 of those are now on class samples. They may not be the colours I would have chosen but they work and will stop the edges fraying which in samples is the main requirement. I do still have 3 more quilts to bind added to my to do list, um no make that 4 quilts.
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