The quilt was stalled at the border stage because I didn't buy enough of the fabric I wanted to use for the border. A lot of thought was required on how to cut the fabric because it is directional, and there was no room for error.
I procrastinated the task for almost 2 months. And finally I took the bull by the horns so to speak, did the math, recalculated, and remeasured, cut carefully, measured again, used a thousand pins, and sewed slowly (see the cute little leader-ender block ready to be sewn at the beginning and end of each border seam?)
|Scrap Dance Tango|
It was not a fun job but it all worked out okay and I'm so relieved. I think the fabric looks better in real life than on the computer screen.
Obviously this won't be finished by the end of the month, but it's going in the right direction for a fall finish!