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And then there are some us who are the goofy ones east of the Mississippi who quilt their quilts as they create the tops one by one by one.
(Lynne excluded. LOL)
Must be something in the drinking water ....
I get dizzy just thinking about those sixteen patch blocks, Dee.
I see them, but I don't believe them.
I am a obsessive finisher, 10 was as big as I could let the stack get.
I have to disassemble my pressing area and install the bars on my LA, I don't like to go to the effort until I have several to quilt.
Considering the work the quilt should be more impressive.
Of course. That makes sense.
Your new house will be designed with the most spacious quilting room in Texas thanks to your careful planning with the kindest DH in the world.
(Or remember Bonnie Della Camera in Florida whose DH built her a huge separate pole barn for her stash and her longarm and all of her "stuff"?? As I recall she had a loft for her batting. I made her one of my bobbin fobs back in the day. Maybe you could go that route on your acreage. Dream big, girl!)
You said, "I am a obsessive finisher, 10 was as big as I could let the stack get."
Actually new sewing room will be pretty similar to the current one, only slightly larger. I am pretty happy with this set up.