On Thursday I put on the borders, assembled the backing and put it into my longarm machine. It was done before dinner on Thursday, and on Thursday night I put on the binding. Finished in 2 days! That's how much time the log cabin trim tool saves you because you don't have to spend hours making cut-to-size strips. Just stitch 'em on then trim-to-size as each round is complete.
The quilt has 20 blocks set in 4 rows of 5 blocks each. It finishes 53" wide x 61" long. Perfect for a baby crib, a wall quilt or for a short person like myself, a nap quilt.