Light bulb moment realisation that I had all the blocks made for a whole quilt stashed somewhere in the house. Found it and laid it all out....but I was one block short :(
Drats! I am in the mood to sew a quilt top together. Only solution is to make it narrower by one block and add a row instead. Started webbing top together - and realised one block in the last row had came unpinned. Stopped, pulled it all up from back of sewing machine (where it was sliding down as I sewed) laid it out on the floor. Crawled around on the floor...found missing block...YIKES there's another block - the original missing block, PLUS an incomplete block. Sigh. :(
Persistence is something I preach to the kids! Ignoring the now extra blocks, I kept sewing!
Ta da! Finished quilt top - little bit longer, not as wide, but most importantly its finished!
I will take a flimsy finish any day! It might be a fall quilt finish in Spring, but who cares!
I had a good rummage through the stash, but there is no suitable backings for this quilt, so putting it aside til I can go shopping.
Pattern is called Scattered Leaves by Pam Burda, published in American Patchwork and Quilting October 2009, finished at 53 x 80".
Happy quilting Sue.
PS. Stop Press - I just realised the pattern calls for a border. I will contemplate that when I see what suitable fabrics the shop has to offer!