On Facebook I got notification through one of the quilting groups I am on that a lady was sponsoring a 'quarantine quilt-along'. She would provide the pattern and do periodic instructions throughout the day. We would follow the directions and do our piecing between her live broadcasts.
I chose to pull black-and-white fabrics from my stash along with a fabrics I have disliked since the moment it came to me (from a grab-bag my sister-in-law got at an auction). Very strange piece.
My quilt ended up at 49 x 65.
Over 6000 people world-wide participated in the quilt-along.
So I finished this up today on the longarm machine. I used a pantograph of large flowers with cream thread. It doesn't put up too much contrast on the darker fabrics.
I chose a black on white dot for the binding.
Not my usual style at all. But there was no telling what the result was going to be before we started.
Because it was a quarantine quilt I named it Ninty Eight Point Six.