The instructions were well written and saved me having to buy another special ruler.
This is what your block ends up looking like if you forget to stack your fabric right sides up.
Don't do that!
Now who could resist such beautiful brights? No pastels for me!
I used each of the fabrics once in the border, then hand-quilted it.
This is the back. I didn't have much monkey fabric left, after all.
I had fun with the binding. I just had a little bit of this frog print left from making pillowcases so I used it for binding, and you can see little frog eyes if you look for them. Grant might have fun with that.
Now, I really want to do some serious bragging. Being math challenged I have trouble making the right amount of binding. I can measure the four sides, add them up, figure out exactly how many strips to cut for my binding, check my math, and still have THIS MUCH binding left over when a quilt is finished.
When I made the frog binding, I only measured and figured once, and I only had THIS MUCH binding left.
I was so excited I almost did a happy dance. This has never happened to me before. It probably won't ever happen again, so I had to share.
I know, right?!?!?