Here it is, all washed and dried.
In hanging it I notice that a) there are still some chalky markings on it, and b) there is a bit of bleeding, despite my having thrown in four dye catcher sheets with it. It will probably have to go through again. But all in all, I'm happy with it. More than anything, it's nice to have a 10-year-old UFO finished. In looking at it this way, I'm also glad I chose a solid white binding ... I had puzzled on that one for a while but wanted the sawteeth to really pop.
I also chalked up 22 days of sewing on Michele's Crafting by the Numbers challenge, out of a possible 31 in March.
Obviously, I'm still having a bit of trouble with weekends. Starting in April, I am going to also note on the calendar the project(s) I'm working on during a specific day/evening.
Last night I made my first test block for Quiltmaker's 100 blocks volume 6. Although it wasn't a block I would normally choose, I enjoyed the process. I emailed them my photo and evaluation today, and there is a new block in the dropbox today. I will probably get to it later this week since it's a busy week, starting with quilt guild tonight. I need to wrap up here at work and get going soon.