I reviewed several you tube videos on attaching binding, and this time everything went smoothly. I think it also helped that I've added binding to several doll quilts, and am getting better at the process.
Practice does improve my work. I am happy with all four corners this time. Usually I like one or two, and the other ones, not so much. I love progress!
Here's the quilt on the bed:
I didn't measure the quilt to give you the details, re finished size, and block size. I will measure it and add the info later. I'm away from the cabin (in Ludington) to connect to wifi, so I can post today.
Here's part of the turkey family that has adopted our yard as their own. The two little ones were out of the picture. The wildlife here has our old yellow labrador who is 13 years old, remembering her roots. She went on point yesterday, to show us that she's still got her hunting instincts. She was so cute with one of her front paws bent and her tail straight out, with her eyes intent on something she saw in the woods.
Sophia Grace and Rosie looked over the maple leaf quilt, sat on it, and pronounced it entirely too big for their taste, and they want me to work on something much smaller. They are a tough audience. You can see the clam shell machine quilting (By Two Sisters of Bear Lake, Michigan) in the picture.