Three things to be happy about:
(1) clocks with pendulums
(2) reorganizing the junk drawer
(3) aging gracefully
Ronda, I can identify with the calico you used in your first quilt, I thought that's what you "had" to use! A staff member at G Street Fabrics helped me pull fabrics together for my first quilt. In this picture you can see the back is a riot of RED! I really hate to toss out anything, I feel even semi-abandoned projects have some merit. My dilemma... do I want to use some down time to pick loose my "quilting", add a decent border and properly finish this thing? Or shall I bind it as is and donate it? Or shall I let it languish in ufo-land? I'll give it some thought.
Julie, it's interesting you mentioned using thinsulate, I always thought it was only for garments but I have a friend who says she likes to put it in quilts because it's light and warm. I like a nice flat batt for wall hangings, they hang so much nicer; thinsulate would probably be great for show quilts!