Several people commented on how straight my quilting lines are one this quilt. I wish it was true but in reality they are a little wobbly. I took this photo in the morning and finished the quilting in the evening.
You can see in this photo that they aren't all perfectly straight nor are they evenly spaced from the previous line. I think I read that someone called this organic quilting, definitely done by a human being and not a computer.
I worked some more on my fabric shelves. When I got to the top boxes I remembered why I kept my fabric in boxes. The ceiling isn't finished except in one 15' x 30' area. This shelf unit was in the unfinished area and the tops of the boxes were covered with dirt that sifts down between the floor boards above. I moved the shelf unit to the area with the ceiling. I had to unload it because the top of it hit the beam and I had to tip it at an angle to get it under the beam. Now that was a lot of fun!! This thing is heavy! When I got it moved I refilled the shelves. The boxes on top have scraps sorted by color. I decided on boxes for the bottom shelf since that is where most of the spiders will enter. I put heavyweight clear plastic on the back of the shelf unit. This is all of my kid type, novelty and bright fabrics, reds, and black and white batiks.