Last week I set a goal to have my Roller Rink quilt top finished by today, and I'm happy to say that I'm 99% of the way there. Not quite 100% because of the last long seam that I have left for now - my sneaky plan is to leave it until the moment I'm ready to baste in order to avoid having to press the top in its entirety again. This way I can press each of the two chunks really well, sew the seam and then get right to basting.
My local Fabricland is having a 50% members sale this weekend so I hope to pick up backing fabric and get down to quilting by next week. Looking forward to moving into the next phase with this project, but a little nervous cause this thing is HUGE. Not the biggest quilt I've made, but definitely the biggest that I've attempted free motion quilting on, if I decide to go that route. Still waffling between some geometric FMQ ideas, and the good old walking foot.
Also today I started my first version of the Have It All Wallet - sort of a "test" version using some random yellow & gray FQs I have. If all goes well I'll move onto a second wallet with fabrics more to my liking that I'll love to make use of every day.
Have a good week everyone!