My panda quilt is done and is currently being blocked on the bedroom carpeted floor. I did block it a bit before I put the binding on and thought that I had the wiggly issues worked out, but after I washed and dried it in the dryer, it was still wiggly. The quilting density is fairly uniform across the quilt and I was careful to measure the center of the quilt when I added the borders. I have never had such a wiggly quilt in all the years I have been quilting. The only thing I can figure is adding the bamboo strips which are mostly in the borders warped the borders somewhat. Maybe those fused pieces were stretched a little when I positioned them and they distorted the borders a little. This distortion just got worse when I quilted it.
So I washed the quilt again this morning and pinned it to my bedroom carpet this morning while it was still wet. Hopefully this will fix some of the wiggles. I don’t expect it to be perfect, but a few less wiggles would be nice. Here is the quilt pinned to the carpet. It is still really wet and I expect it to take days to dry in the humid weather that we will be having.
This morning I started working on another project. It is a McKenna Ryan kit that my MIL bought me a couple of years ago. I don’t know if I am thrilled about it, but it is easy and should be fairly quick to finish. Hopefully no wiggly border this time!