Didn't get much finished. The first border is on, a narrow muslin strip. I started around 5pm, had to (wrestle with) iron and starch a nine yard piece of muslin before cutting. Many of the swap blocks needed ripping and re-sewing before being sewn into rows. Could not use a few as they were 1/4 " too small and seams were too narrow to rip and re-sew. I was glad I had enough different fabric scraps and FQ's to make the 14 more blocks needed.
This Sunday afternoon is mine so I have starched the border and binding fabrics. Yellow will be border and pink dot is binding fabric. Getting ready to cut now.
On the ranching front (LOL): Onions and garlic harvested. They were bolting and I read all would be spoiled so we dug them up.
One of the bantam Cochin hens is broody so I let her have a few eggs. One green Easter Egger, two Cochin bantam, and one Polish egg. Dad to all is the white Silky roo.
Hot, hot and fly season is upon us. Moose and Dreamer eagerly stick their necks out to have fly masks put on. Both get an early chunk of hay outside. By noon it's time for shade up in stalls.
Now, I better get sewing on that baby quilt.