Today I cut it in half for easier handling, layered it with batting and backing and did a bit of machine quilting. Then I trimmed the pieces to size.
I think this is a fantastic, non-threatening way to practice machine quilting.
In the process of assembling my supplies, I found a second piece that I had prepared earlier, so I quilted it also. I was only able to cut two large pieces, but I made what will become keyrings with some of the scraps.
I need to go on a search now for coordinating yarn and buttons ... then I will show off the finished products.
Yesterday, I was sorting through some boxes on shelves and rediscovered a long lost UFO. It will be a cathedral window purse when complete. I'm making it from memory ... I saw a lady in a restaurant with one. All of the squares are complete, so I just need to finish stitching it together and add a lining. I've been looking for a hand work project, so this will be it!