Here it is:
Here's a closeup of the quilting done by Jeni Mummery of Quilted on the Rock:
And here's the binding being sewn down:
Wild backing fabric eh? Very Art Deco but the colours worked perfectly and it was on the sale wall so I grabbed it while I could. I had a slight mishap during the binding of the quilt. Not a mishap with the quilt per se...but the thread:
At first glance, how does this hit you? Unsure of what it is? Well I will tell you. It's what a bored Jack Russell can do to a Connecting Threads spool of thread when unsupervised for two minutes. That's all it took. I called her. She didn't come. Someone left the door open to the room where my quilt binding was in progress and she found it. And she destroyed it in about as much time as it took me to find her. No lie!
And here's the little angel herself:
Anyway, after purchasing another spool the same colour locally, I managed to get Easy Street done. I just have to add a label and then wrap it up for Christmas. It's going to my nephew. He's just purchased his first home so it's kind of a housewarming/Christmas present all wrapped into one. I hope he enjoys it. I sure loved making this quilt.
My next UFO to be tackled (in between mystery clues from Quiltville's 2013 mystery quilt called Celtic Solstice) is my Orca Bay:
Until next time,