Yes, I finished. Quilting a baby quilt was a small goal but around producing two slide shows for my mother-in-laws memorial service, it was just enough. Now to think about getting binding made and on along with making Christmas gifts.
Last Sunday, I made this baby quilt top and back. The top is made quickly and easily, with 5 inch WOF strips and no tedious sewing of charm squares. I used to layer and pin baste baby quilts like this on my dining room table and quilt them on my regular sewing machine. I would do a narrow multi-stitch zigzag over the seams to quilt the layers because quilting over the seam lines is stronger than straight stitching in the ditch but my long-arm machine will do the honors, instead. Meandering loops and flowers should work well with the fabrics and simple checkered blocks.