Ah, yes....more time, more projects to work on. I finished the Cream and Sugar quilt top. I'm waiting for the cotton batting to arrive before bundling it up and taking to the long armer. And I ordered the batting for the Medallion quilt at the same time (I dislike paying for shipping, don't you?). Here's the top hanging over the upstairs railing.
The Medallion quilt top is close to being finished so I'm really motivated. I moved into the dining room to work on it as my sewing table is very small and the quilt is getting too big! I decided to add a small border in the cream Kona cotton to offset the previous pieced borders before adding the new (and final) pieced border. I purchased a quilt book at a thrift store a while ago that I knew would come in handy for this project: "Pieced Borders The Complete Resource by Judy Martin and Marsha McCloskey, copyright 1994".
A close up of the border I chose:
I so love the colors, working on the featherweight and sewing away the hours in quarantine!