I guess everyone saves left over binding, and fortunately, I didn't use this binding on the quilt it was intended for. Now, all I have to do is apply the binding, and my first fidget quilt will be complete. Maybe tonight, I'll get the binding on, finishing it by hand because I like the process.
Of course, my mind is already on possibilities for my next effort, and while putting away some of my black and white scraps, I found a bag of blue scraps. Hmmmm.....
These are some of the scraps from when I made my boro jacket a couple of years ago. In fact, thinking about the jacket has made me think about another way of making a fidget quilt by applying scrap patches over muslin.
The biggest problem I have right now is too many ideas and too many possible projects that interest me. I never did anything with all of Bryce Eleanor's drawings. Amelia took some, but I have a bunch and can have her make more.
After my long fallow spell, I finally have a creative interest again. Well, too many possible projects, but right now, I'm going to concentrate on the first fidget quilt.