Longarm Quilting Service.
Babylock Crown Jewel Instructor.
West Richland WA
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Friday, March 16, 2012

Sometimes time just gets away from me. Part 1

And boy oh boy is this one of those times. I cannot believe how busy the last month has been!

We did get all of the Boy Scout quilts done! And they are wonderful.

I have been stitching my arms off both on customer quilts and on a couple of my owns, I will post some pictures for you to enjoy below. 

The best news I have this week though comes from something totally non quilt related. My oldest daughter has been working hard and getting ready for collage, she only applied to two schools. And was immediately accepted into one of them. Alas, not her first choice. We have been waiting months and months (feels like years really) for the admissions letters to come out for her first choice school. Well yesterday was the day! And she go in!!!! We have been doing a bit of a happy dance and as you can imagine we are totally thrilled with her acceptance into the University of Washington! This is a HARD school to get into! Yep I am one proud Momma!
Thanks for letting me share! Now you can enjoy some what has been keeping me so busy.

 These three quilts were for a customer, they are her "cabin" quilts, all flannel and oh so soft!
 This is the back, each quilt was quilted in moose and bears! They turned out really great!
 A Queen size trip around the world!
 More Moose and Bears!
 As you can tell it was the perfect pattern for these quilts. I had a lot of fun quilting these, but three large quilts with the same pattern, I started seeing moose in my sleep!

 This sweet little disappearing nine patch was made by a male customer. Nicest man! This is for his grand baby, so we quilted it with "Hearts A Flutter" I love how it turned out.

Yellows and greens, I don't work a lot in this color range so panicked a bit when I saw it, was not sure I had a thread that would work. Well thanks to Superior Threads and their thread of the month club I actually DID have the perfect thread, just days before quilting this I got my order in and they sent me a yellow and green variegated King Tut! It looked like it had been made with this quilt in mind!

So that is half of what I have been working on this last month. I will break this down into two posts due to the number of pictures I am going to post... stay tuned for more!

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