Time to cut the rest of the quilt pieces! The fabric has to be ironed first. Rats! The human female has forestalled me by owning an iron that shuts itself off after sitting unused for five minutes. I was hoping for some interesting scorchy smells.
This speckledy red fabric will be in the body of the quilt and is meant to be the binding as well. Long, precisely-cut narrow strips are needed for that, so it is crucial that the ruler not slip during the pass with the rotary cutter.
Oh, too bad! I assure you, I had no idea a sneeze was coming just then! There is extra yardage, is there not? (And Jotun snot washes out. Mostly.)
Not so the yellow fabric. No, you will have to cut most carefully.
You really are appallingly bad at this, aren’t you?
Sigyn, be careful! The human female’s almost done, and I’d hate for you to be swept up in the tidying process.
There. All the quilty bits are cut. Norns’ nighties! Look at how much fabric is left over! I think there is more than we started with.
I shall have to get into the craft room later and hide it all, just in case the female has the least inkling of a notion to make me anything with creepy sputnik space babies on it.
Although that darker blue fabric isn’t too hideous, and I understand that lucky rocketship underpants are a thing.