The top. This top. This top right here. It's done.
And layered and basted together. My good friend helped with the basting. Thanks good friend!
This is the blue border (only on the top and bottom) that was specially requested. Those are the sheepies peeking out.
This entire quilt was scrap. ALL the pieces on the front including the muslim strips between each band. The blue on the edges. Even the batting was cobbled together. Only the backing was whole, but it's been in my stash for years, so I give myself credit for using it. Nothing was bought. Not - one - bit. One day I'll post a picture of the thread display set of drawers that I inherited from my mother including shelves full of different color thread. Now SHE was a quilter.
I can not believe I've gotten it this far already (six days). I had hoped to even start machine quilting today, but that didn't happen. Bad weather, bad headache. Maybe a little bit tomorrow. Maybe. I've been virtuous not only in the use of scraps, but in getting little bits and pieces of other necessary things done, so I might reward myself with some machine time. Maybe.
Or I might just stand back and admire.