I just finished the binding for these two charity quilts which will be given to my Guild when we meet for our monthly Community Service get-together on June 1, where we will work on even more charity quilts. I did the bindings completely by machine, as I'm sure they will get quite a bit of use. I haven't done binding by machine for quite a while, so I forgot just how much faster it is to machine stitch it rather than hand stitch. Was kinda a fun change of pace.
You'll probably remember this fun, happy, scrappy half-log-cabin from when me and my quilting friends got together on our usual Wednesday gathering. We worked on it on and off for several weeks.
And then I pulled all my scraps that read either pink or purple and made this one solo. I have to be honest and say this one is killing me to give up. It turned out so awesome. But give it up, I shall. If I miss it too much, I can always make another for myself, right? It's not like I don't have more scraps... :o)
Give 'til it hurts,
P.S. The blue/green/yellow boy's spiderweb charity quilt top is completely done and is being quilted as we speak, so hope to have pics of that one soon.