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Churn Dash

 Most of the day yesterday I watched my little 2 yr old niece, Addison.  Boy does she have a lot of energy.  LOL!  I enjoyed ever minute of it.  

After she left, I went upstairs and sewed these Churn Dash blocks together that I found while cleaning my sewing room a few days ago.  I probably should have used some sashings but I just wanted it finished so that I can move on to something else and get this in the "to be quilted" pile. 
 This will make a good lap quilt as it measures 60x72.  Not all of the points match up but that's just fine with me.  :)
 The night before I got this little customer quilt quilted.  It measures something like 60x70...I really don't remember.  LOL!  It was a cute little quilt but it did have a few issues that caused some fullness and such, but in the end it was a fun little quilt to quilt.  :)
 I'm not really sure what my next project will be.  I'm thinking right now that I may try to finish up my Now or Later quilt.  I think it is a little over halfway completed.  I'll have to check on that.  I also want to work on this huge tub of strings.  You can't really tell how big this tub is in the pic but it comes up well over my knee.  :)  I can see a few more string quilts in my future.  :) 
 I really need to make sure that I don't get in over my head on my projects and customer quilts.  I need to really pace myself.  

Hunter has a follow up appointment with his orthodontist early in the morning.  His appointment is at 8:40am and it is almost a 2-hour drive.  After 4-hours on the road I usually don't feel like doing much once we get back home.  I really need to do some grocery shopping that day but I'll just have to wait and see how tired that I am once we get back...and see how cold it is.  LOL!  I don't mind cold weather but not this cold.  LOL! 

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