Here are the log cabin blocks pieced together in the sunshine and shadow setting. All the paper foundation has been removed [with the help of TMB - thanks!] and the narrow red sashed border added. I think I like it...
Spot the toe of my carpet slippers!
Production has switched to the 201K. The 28K's bobbin ran out on Saturday afternoon and I already had a class 66 bobbin wound with white thread. The large level work space of the 201K's cabinet made the long seams more manageable. Does anyone else ever switch machines part way through a project?
Here is the quilt top a few minutes later with the first long side of piano keys added. The border has been pressed and the quilt is making me smile.
Next job is to make another long piano key border for the other side but I may get distracted working out how I am going to handle the corner blocks. I'm not sure I have the strength for mitred piano keys.