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That is very impressive to tackle all those photos and turn them into loving albums that your family can enjoy. I was pretty good about putting all my photos in albums and not tossing them in a box, but several years ago I got new albums and went through my old ones to divide them up between my 3 kids so they could each have their own. Now all I have are the ones from when I was a kid and my mom's old ones--they can figure out what to do with them when I'm gone! Now to figure out what to do with the ton of them on my computer.
42 quilts!?! I do believe you will have plenty to work on with your new machine.
What darling pillow cases! You have been busy!
I'm so glad you started this up. I missed reading about what every one is doing. I've been mostly scrap busting. I've done several charity quilts from a gazillion 2.5 inch squares and one string quilt. I think I have enough strings to make a quilt for everyone in my county! And I do have several tops all layered and ready that I need to quilt--not nearly as many as Pirate! Only 7 of them. I did get about 4 or 5 of them finished and when there is a decent day to take them outside for photos, I'll post them.
I’m New and a beginner here is my first Quilt, twin Quilt for my Mother, and making myself a set of Christmas placements, and started a quilt to learn high square pin wheels. Look forward for all your help, Cathy (canurse1) gave me the opportunity to help enjoy, and love Quilting. Lot to learn but what fun!
Welcome! You do beautiful work.
The gingerbread men and trees sound like a fun project for the kids!
Judy, you certainly are busy! We'll look forward to hearing about your sessions on the long arm and to seeing photos as soon as they can be posted.
I've never made pillowcases but I need to add that to my list of things to try. A friend made me one and I love the way it feels. The fabric is so nice to sleep on.
I'll look forward to seeing a photo after the retreat.