|Old steps off, area filled and leveled, and concrete footings put in|
|The framework is in, and today, we'll get to use the new steps to get out!|
|Low custom on this baby quilt for a customer|
|Only one thread break during the quilting process|
|Here's the back|
I did these two quilts yesterday afternoon, and the Gammill ran like a top! No problem at all. Mr Wazoo will have clear sailing on the machine now. He has been quilting in the garage, using the Gammill Premier in order to keep up with his workload. It is a real sweatshop here!
|I quilted this Kid quilt and added the binding|
|Panto: Modern Twist|
|I used the same panto on this comfort quilt for my Blue Ridge guild.|
|Maxine, behind the windows in the office. Just a|
mound of black fur and two shiny eyes!
|Maxine's accoutrements in the guest room,|
and the fur tufts she leaves all over the place.
|Food dishes being emptied are the biggest clue that there is an animal near by.|
Later today, I am performing the Old Lady Who Swallowed the Fly for a fund raiser at the Presbyterian church the guild uses for their outreach groups. Self humiliation at its finest!
Next week, there are two guild meetings and getting Mr Wazoo ready for his trip to Oregon, where he and my daughter will pack her belongings and drive a U-Haul truck cross country to Charlotte, NC. The only one who has the life of Riley is Molly. My constant companion, and cat watcher.