Remember that throw-size quilt for the camper that I was going to finish in June as part of the UFO Challenge? Is it the end of June yet? It's finally finished! Well, it still needs backing, ties and binding, but the top is finished. It's a Disappearing 9-patch with no sashes between blocks. It's a good pattern for beginners because it looks way more complicated than it is, and there are very few seams that have to line up. The challenge was that, since the blocks don't have an obvious up/down, I kept getting them rotated 90 degrees which then put like-fabrics together. I ripped out and re-sewed the first few, but there are two that I didn't notice until I had attached the next row and it was too much ripping for a quilt that's supposed to look random and will only be used to cuddle up by a campfire. Now if I can just get it completed before snow flies.
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