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The Final Lily Quilt

The fourth Lily memory quilt is finally finished and delivered.  These quilts were fun to make and quilt.  This last one was particularly fun.  I deviated slightly from the norm in this one.I varied the type of rows to give … Continue reading

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Some Accessories for Millie

I know it is silly to get excited about this, but I am.  I placed an order with APQS for the first time.  Not that I want to order from them too often, but the experience was a pleasure.  The … Continue reading

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Finished product

The charity quilts are finished.  I quilted already pieced tops as discussed in my last blog. Here are the finished quilts.  I need to practice machine binding, but I’m happy with the quilting.  Again, I used the Double Dutch pantograph … Continue reading

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Lighting

A couple of weeks ago I took a vacation to work on my longarm.  That first weekend it was rainy and dark.  Now, I had known I needed better lighting and had been thinking about possibilities, but I thought there … Continue reading

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practice, practice, practice; muslin, muslin, muslin

I’m sorry for the gap in posts.  When comparing the Boston Marathon bombings with my longarm practicing, I felt my practicing wasn’t worth a comment.  However, to explain my absences, as I don’t want to bore you excessively, this is … Continue reading

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Millie is it!

After months of stress and study, the decision has been made and trajectory begun.  Today, I purchased a 2008 APQS Millennium to be delivered within about 2 weeks.  This is like going for the lightly used deluxe Saab versus a … Continue reading

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