A quilt isn't really a quilt until it's quilted.
And first, you have to take the top, the batting, and the back and make a quilt sandwich.
And to do that, you need a clean floor - since I don't have a table big enough.
Here's the studio before:
I moved it all away and cleaned the floor:
Then you put the back face down, and tape it taut:
Then smooth down the batting:
Then smooth and straight the top:
Then pour out the pins and start pinning it all together:
It's a large quilt, and I don't particularly like pinning quilts so I asked Lucy if she would help....she just kept sleeping, like she didn't even hear me:
After it's all pinned, you cut away the excess:
I picked it up, shook it off, folded it up and put it on the table. It's ready to quilt. It's technically still not a quilt, but just a quilt sandwich. I will quilt it on my machine. But, that's another project.
It's on the table, it's in the way - that will be motivation to finish it!