All of this means that I can start the home stretch, the fourth border, later today. I know I am looking forward to blogging about a new project, but I am also happy that I will have a big finish behind me. Every quilt is a journey for me, I always learn something new. On this quilt I learned that the sleeve I made to help support the edge has made quilting the border enjoyable. Using the hera marker to mark the crosshatching is wonderful and quilting with a obvious thread color can make such a statement.
We had one of the coldest nights of the winter last night, down to 25. So after I enjoy my hot cup of coffee I am looking forward to joining the other slow stitchers today over at Kathy's Quilts.