Last Thursday, on a whim, I decided to cut in to my precious FQs of Anna Maria Horner's Field Study. Triangles it would be. There was slashing and slicing and A LOT of triangles and no solids...no sashing.
Today, I finished the top. It measures 60" x 73"
Some of the points are good. Are they all perfect? No.
Will I lose any sleep over them? No. This one is for me and I won't be checking any points when I'm snuggling underneath it.
There will be a brief hiatus while I order batting and wait for this backing fabric to arrive from Pink Castle - some Loulouthi Coreopsis voile, which will make it soft and very snuggly. Well at $6 a yard it would have been rude not to.
It was fun piecing the triangles but sewing the numerous strips together wasn't so joyous. Needles lost their lives as did pins. Thanks to Fiona and Collette for encouraging me not to trim the triangles - it certainly helped matching points much easier.
I love this quilt top and it's fun to have ticked another off the bucket list.