At last, the end is in sight! The Secret Project is no longer a tale of many parts, but of two - one big section of seven panels joined together and another smaller section of four panels.
Here is the first job I had today, pegging sections together. Somehow I was slightly dreading this part of the process. This join runs the full length of the quilt, and I was convinced there was going to be a bit of shift going on, so that even though the sections might be level with each other at the top, by the time I reached the end of the seam they would be out. I shouldn't have worried. The trusty old pegs method worked again. I had forgotten that I had used this trick as recently as last year.
Just think, by this time next week I might even have finished this quilt and be proudly showing you the binding. Not much else, though. It is a secret after all.
The project that caught my eye in Week 123 was Gwyned's leaf design on a closely quilted background in lovely soft greens. If you haven't seen her blog post yet, nip over now and have a closer look.
Remember, FMQ is FMQ, whether your machine was made last week, or it is older than your granny.
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