I started by sewing the sides and top/bottoms to the crossword puzzle of a quilt top. Next I moved all of the furniture around in the sunroom,just so I could lay out the layers and pin it together. Thank goodness everyone was either at school or work. Once I pinned it all together, rolled it around a fabric bolt that I happened to have in my craftroom. I sat the bolt on my sewing counter for a week. I couldn't decide how I wanted to quilt the layers. I decided just to do free motion stippling.
My son was so funny, while I was stippling the quilt he would pop his head in and ask if it was done. (he was heading to bed and wanted to use it). Of course I gave him the eye roll and said it will be a couple more days. I worked on it for about 3 hours that night and got up the next morning (Sunday) to get working on it. Well after about 4 more hours I was done with stippling it.
I am not sure if I am the only who hates binding. I debated over and over which way to do it. One, the correct way or Two, the cheater way. Well today I chose to try the cheater way. Guess what, I was so much easier than the real way. I might have to do it on the next quilt, we shall see.
I wanted to get the quilt done before my son got home from school. So I washed and dried it. Took some pictures of it and then laid it on his bed.