I always love to celebrate finishes! Big or small it is wonderful to see a plan come together. My first intention was to add a border and add some hand quilting to my mini paper pieced pineapple quilt. But once I finished the blocks, I just didn't feel that was the best thing for this project. So, I cut some bias binding and finished it up. Since the logs are so small I knew there was no way to hand quilt it. I also didn't want to distract from the lovely blocks so I used some monofilament thread and machine stitched in the ditch.
It will make a great addition to my mini collection. I think there are going to be more two colored quilts in my future.
Today I will be working on row 31 on TATW. It's the final row for my quilt and by adding some quarter square triangles it will square up the edge so that the binding can be added. I started this project back in January and can't believe that I had the tenacity to stick with it. Like an old friend, it would be there when I had the urge to do some stitching. If you ever want to learn to hand piece this is a great project to tackle. No thought or planning went into fabric choices as I used fabrics from the stash that have been there way too long.. The only criteria was wheter there was enough to add a whole round of squares. A great scrap buster and I am pleasantly surprised at the results! I will be linking up with WIP Be Gone and Slow Stitching Sunday today! Hope you will join us and enjoy some stitching!