FIRST, the Quilty Things:
|Sunshine Quilting booth at Ruidoso Airing of the Quilts show in September. Hi Brian!!|
|Detail of customer quilt in progress on the longarm. This was her very first quilt!!|
|Another first quilt, quilted by me|
|Same pattern, different colors, made by Debi, quilted by me|
|Love the swirled hearts pattern she chose.|
|Made and quilted by me, for a customer to give to her Mom. How sweet!! Love this pattern. Totally tubular, same pattern as the August post . . .|
|My original pattern -- taught in a class at Gathering Stitches. This one was made by one of the students!! Great job Beth!!|
|The February "flower of the month" table runner for Gathering Stitches. Violet.|
|The January table runner - carnation. unfinished here.|
|Finally finished the quilt for our bed. YAY!!|
|How do you like the binding? . . . yah, it's called "imaginary binding." Great technique|
|Baby quilt made by customer, quilted by me.|
|Another picture of a totally tubular quilt I made and quilted for a customer|
|yup, same pattern as before, variation with a solid on one half of the tube. |
|And a quilt for the guest room bed, made from the Carolina 9 patch swap with Kim and her mom Kathy's sewing group|
|ooh, the same "imaginary binding" technique. cool.|
|detail of border and quilting|
I also did 2 baby quilts for Jeannie. I have LOST MY PICTURES. I h8 the cloud right now. I don't get apple at all. .. I miss my android so much. Don't tell apple. They might delete all my apps or something.
I will get the pictures back somehow and get them up here.
OK, so life / other events. I have decided to return to the practice of law, more or less full time, so I studied for (while working full time), took and PASSED the NM state Bar Exam!! hooray!! and I have opened my own law practice here in NM. www.gromanlaw.com. Hubs and I will still work together - he as a notary, process server and legal document courier. Very excited to have the flexibility to quilt on the side, too.
Which is what I am going to do NOW. I have a quilt that needs piecing, and a long overdue customer quilt to embellish upon. . .