I made my labels in Photoshop and printed them out on to t-shirt transfer paper, cut the paper into strips and then ironed them on to some cotton tape. Then, after they're cool, I cut them apart.
I made 96 labels so that should last me for a wee while.
When I dug out the fuchsia fleece last week for Joanna's quilt, I remembered the green fleece with red hearts that Santa Claus brought me. My head starting whirling with ideas of what I could use it for and one idea took root. Why not use it on the back of the Christmas quilt?
Perfect! So, today, I pinned the patchwork top and the fleece together ready for quilting.
I decided that diagonal lines were the way to quilt this one.
Then I wondered what to use for the binding. Then I remembered that I'd only used 36 of the 42 squares from the layer cake so I took 4 of the ones that were left and cut them into strips and joined them together in one long strip.
Now the quilt is all trimmed and ready for binding. Go me! :o)