Nov 30, 2016: My friend, Laken, who asked for a quilt for her daughter, Timberlyn, now wants one for herself. She loves all things Chevron & animal skin prints. I suggested a Chevron with alternating fabrics being skins. Dec 02: Took time to start playing with options. Laken loves my design. Ordered fabric. Dec 08: Fabrics here from Fabric.com. Dec 09: Fabrics here from eQuilter.com. Dec 31: Prewashed all the fabrics. Jan 14: Cutting strips. There are many ways to do half square triangles. Here I am using the strip tube method where I sew both sides of a pair of strips then cut the squares from that using The Strip Tube ruler or something similar. Actually I am using Quilt in a Day's Triangle Square Up Ruler because I like the markings better. Jan 18, 2017: Back to work. I need 10 identical blocks per row. Jan 19: Finished cutting all the blocks. Have enough fabric for a second quilt. Jan 22: Sewing the blocks into rows. Jan 25: Rows are done. Jan 31: Joining rows. Feb 01: Quilt center is done. I cut the borders. Feb 02: Don't like the Milk Chocolate grunge I bought for the border. Found a dark batik at Sew Original. Prewashed it. Feb 03: Borders are on and thus the quilt top is finished. Feb 04: Backing is pieced. Ready to quilt using Dream Orient (silk & bamboo) batting & Zany African Animals. Jun 07: Prepped & loading. Batting is cut. Jun 08: Programming. Jun 09: Quilted. Binding is next. Jun 11: Pre-binding pictures. Jun 12: Attached binding. Jun 13: Started hand binding. Jun 14: Binding is finished. Hand delivered.