The more I look at the quilted grocery bag holder made with the cherry fabric, the more I am leaning toward doing a little kitchen decorating with cherries. I don't want to go overboard, just a touch here and there. I found a picture of a heart-shaped potholder on line and decided I could do that too! I made things harder on myself by cutting out the front, back, and batting separately, then quilting, and the same with the front panels. If I had had my quilting head on straight, I would have simply quilted a 15 x 15 sandwich and THEN cut out the heart. Okay, so I thought of the easy way AFTERWARD, it still turned out okay and I will remember next time. I had to make a bias binding for the curves, so went to Youtube and watched a few videos on cutting bias binding and chose one that makes it sooo simple. The speaker on one of the videos suggested using bias binding for all quilts, even ones where you would normally use straight grain binding, because they last longer and have less wear than straight grain. I had never heard that. What about it, quilting bloggers? Do you use bias binding for all your quilting projects? Anyway, I hung this little cutie pie on my refrigerator.