I have discovered that I am not a straight line quilter. I like a little movement and activity while quilting. Otherwise my brain just gets numb and I can not stand to sit and quilt for too long. It's nearly a punishment. Here I chose to quilt each block individually, so lots of twisting and turning. I echo quilted around the center of each granny square, echo quilted around the central nine patch of the granny and then around the entire block into the sashing. I think you can see it better from the back.
Can you see it? This took no time at all and I was totally entertained. What more could you ask for?
I have just one small problem. No matter how I layered this one corner square and quilted, there was always a wrinkle. First it was on the left. Then I picked it out and re-layered, only to shift it to the right. I could not get rid of this silly bleb.
How concerned should I be? Will this disappear as soon as its bound and washed? Or is there a way to "tuck" in the extra material under the binding without causing a wrinkle? Anyone have ideas to share? Until my brain wraps itself around this little wrinkle, it will remain unbound. I can not get too far ahead of myself!
I will leave you with a photo of Clarkson. He is here next to me on the couch. He diligently spent the last 10 minutes crafting an igloo for himself out of Mod Logs. If he wasn't so darn cute I would shoo him off the couch. Instead I keep taking photos with my heart fluttering.