I finished up my quilt for Fall over the holiday weekend. Technically, it is still autumn until December 20th, so I'm calling it a win. I'm sure it won't be the last quilt that doesn't get done as quickly as I'd hoped.
The weather is about to turn really cold here, so I snapped some quick pictures while the sun was out today.
I quilted straight lines on either side of the main diagonal seams to prevent shifting during the simple free motion, dot to dot design I quilted in each diamond.
It creates an interesting texture on the back of the quilt. The flannel back is going to be so cozy. I found this Timeless Treasures crosshatch flannel on a super sale, and I've heard great things about how it washes.
The binding is an orange hounds tooth by Denyse Schmidt.
Now that it has been documented, this 60" x 60" quilt is ready for use on the couch...next to the Christmas tree. Oh well. Maybe I'd better start, now, on a Christmas quilt for next year.