It’s quilted and trimmed out.
I’ve done my usual wavy lines, using a warm medium grey which recedes on both dark and light backgrounds. All the blocks are trimmed out to exactly the same size, which is important to keep the assembly process as simple and pain-free as possible.
I’ve cut the sashing, with a dark blotched batik for the front in deep blue-green, and a brighter, more turquoise spotty pattern for the back, which will be fun against the pale grey, silver and white of the stork-print backing.
Tomorrow, I can start the assembly. I haven’t decided yet which fabric I’ll use to bind the finished quilt; it’s going to depend on how different it looks with the sashing.
Time to wind a whole load more bobbins!