Then I kept going
This whole process was just to much for my assistant but he gets high marks on being adorable.
Section 6 is a bit more complicated so I did it in sections. That way it would line up better and go together easier when I attached it to the other sections. Mine is a bit modified from the initial pattern but still has all the major components and I think it fits the flow better.
I outgrew my smaller design wall so I put the large one back up and it really started looking like a quilt at that point. I knew that my obsession was in full gear now and this quilt was going the be a favorite for sure.
I got so wrapped up in putting it together that I forgot to take a picture as I was putting the last section together --- hey it happens. I finally took another pick when there was just the one seam left to complete the top.
I took outside picks of the completed top, right now it's 60 by 68, with boarder it would be around 66 by 74. Either way a good snuggle size or good for hanging on the wall in my stairwell.
One of the first things my hubs asked when it was finished was how was I going to quilt it. (You know he may be a keeper yet) Honestly I don't know but I am looking for suggestions.
Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend with lots of quilting and family time.