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Off the longarm...

 The lighting wasn't good when I snapped this pic but it's the best that I could do at the time.  The Quilt is much brighter.
 This is the custoerm quilt that I quilted last week.  It's a king size. 
 I quilted it with the "loopy hearts" panto.  I thought it suited the bright fun colors. 
 I got a roll of Hobb's 80/20 batting in yesterday with plans to get started on some of my own quilt tops.  Those will be coming up soon.  I think the first one of mine that I quilt will be my "thousands of bow ties"  It is one of my favorites and I have waited a very long time to quilt it.  I have 35 more of my quilt tops to quilt but I don't have backings for all of them.  I do have some backings just not 35 of them.  LOL!  

Richard had to work today and the boys and I will be heading to a Funeral this morning.  As I mentioned a few days ago that we lost our eldest deacon at Church, he was 96.  I've known this man my whole life and he was such a great man.  We will not be having a Church service this morning because we are having the funeral instead at our church.  

After we get back from the funeral I am loading a customer quilt on the longarm.  It is a hand pieced grandmother's flower garden that is pieced out of clothing.  She made it as a memory quilt for someone.  I believe it is a full and she just wants a large stipple done on it so that will not take very long at all.  

I'm thinking that I will try to get my bow tie top loaded on the longarm Monday or Tuesday.  It will probably be Tuesday because I have other things that I need to get done like clean the house.  LOL!  :)  

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