I think I may have a Spring fever. ;o) Not the kind that has me cleaning the house from top to bottom (although I should be doing that, too). My Spring fever is all about tackling all sorts of WIPs, thinking that the sooner I finish some of them, the better I will feel about adding new ones.
My largest WIP to date, is a king size quilt for our bed. I started piecing this quilt top a year ago, then put it on hold until I found the right backing. A backing has been found, so the past couple of days I've been stitching the blocks together and adding more pieces to make the top into a king size flimsy.
My living floor is just big enough for basting this monstrosity... once the furniture was removed... so now I just need to get that backing pieced!
The thought of pin basting a quilt this size already has my knees dreading it, but I have never tried spray basting and am concerned about any fumes created by doing so. Any recommendations on that? How much spray would I need for a king size quilt? Is spray basting pretty fail-safe? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.
One way or another, I'd love to get this quilt off my WIP list. This is the kind of Spring cleaning I most enjoy. ;o)