not the pumpkin, the quilt.
It actually has progressed a bit more since this photo but I realized I forgot to mention that my husband looked over as I was working on it and started describing how he saw it.
Waves and bits and pieces washed upon the shore.
It also has a very different (for me) finishing technique. I liked and wanted to keep the raw and unraveling edges of the top intact, yet also was interested in a somewhat more polished finish. So instead of folding the back to the front and sewing it over the top to form a border, I'm sewing it underneath the edges of the top.Well, the pumpkin probably does have a name but I don't know what kind it is. It caught my eye at a local produce stand and I had to bring it home. This year I seem to have accumulated several varieties of little pumpkins and have them scattered throughout the house.