The blocks for this were made about a year and a half ago, and the top center was assembled at camp. But it was a not-very-useful size, 54" x 63" and I didn't have any more of the colors to make more blocks. So it sat in UFO status for awhile.
I finally found the perfect fabric for a border to make it larger, while I was in Florida in September.
Perfect! The addition of the borders brought the top up to 66" x 75" which is a better size for a throw.
Some spiral quilting, around and around...
I used the same border fabric for the binding.
The back is a remnant of grey Wide Screen. It was too long and narrow so I pieced it to the right size along with a piece of another grey print to fill in the corner.
Nice to be able to add this to the finished pile! And I get to cross it off the UFO list - Whoo-hoo!
If you're interested, the Log Cabin Triangle block pattern is available as a tutorial here.