Last spring my niece got married and I promised her a quilt. And true to my word I made the top the month she got married - April. I had great plans to free motion quilt it while we were on the mission trip so I sandwiched it, rolled it up on a long stick/dowel so it wouldn't wrinkle too badly and hauled it all the way to Louisiana. Only to discover that the small machine I took with me wouldn't free motion quilt. No way, no how. So I hauled it all the way back to Arkansas and this week I quilted it. It's ok though because someone told me once you should never give a quilt as a wedding present - wait till the first anniversary at least just in case it doesn't last. Sad statement I suppose but in view of our times not so far off the mark. I'm pleased to say she's still married and I'm done quilting and binding. My free motion quilting is in the baby stages of learning and I'm calling my style "primitive." After all that's my favorite decorating style so my quilts should be the same - right? Be kind ya'll. Nice matters! I did spirals in each block. Some of my spirals are nice circles. Some are more oblong. Whatever. I'm calling it Krystal's Krazy Stars. Can you see the stars? Hint...the white triangles are the points.Even though I vowed I wasn't going to start anything new (these are small so they don't count, right?) when I saw Madame Samm's Mug Rug all my good intentions went out the door! I love these...room for a cup or glass of chai latte on one side and my cookies or muffins on the other. :) Finished size is about 6 x 9.