Anyway, to repeat what I was saying!
Yesterday in my sewing room (which is supposed to be getting neater and better with everything that is finished and out of here, but instead seems to be getting worse) I got tired of leftover batting pieces falling down every time the closet door is opened. I decided that maybe I needed to do another quilt to use up the batting. I racked my brain for an easy to finish up project and thought of the quilt center that my granddaughter had made. I called my daughter and asked her if she thought that Tabitha (who works 2 jobs) would be happy, sad or mad if I finished it for her. She guessed happy so I added the final border, butted batting and stitched, and made the binding and backing (another Target sheet bargain). I like the sound of butted batting, it's kind of catchy. One of the really good and unselfish quilters who shares patterns and tutorials says that she only uses 2 pieces of batting pieced and this one probably has a dozen, but I think that it will be ok, if not I guess I'll make myself feel better by telling myself that finished is better than perfect, hopefully Tabitha will agree, too. First it was four in progress and one was finished and now it's back to four again. It was nice to work with some girly fabrics though.