pink coin quilt that I started many months ago. It is machine pieced, machine quilted, and hand bound. After quilting the other coin quilt that I made from the same jelly roll, I was hesitant to quilt this one in the way. I had quilted in the ditch around all the coins, but did not sew through the sashing strips, and that made for a lot of starting and stopping. Which in turn, made for a lot of thread ends to bury. But I just couldn't decide on another way to quilt it that I thought I would be pleased with. So finally I just gave in and quilted it just like the last one. I figured that since we were going on a long car trip, it would give me something to do in the car, and it did.
On the way to Illinois, I finished burying the threads and started hand turning the binding. On the trip from Illinois to New Jersey, I finished turning the binding. I actually finished it while traveling on I-695 East around Baltimore, MD. Watching traffic makes me nervous, so I like to have something else to focus on, but burying all those thread ends was still quite annoying. If I ever do another one with this pattern, I might opt for a nice, all-over pantograph design instead.
I made and attached the label today.