What has been happening is pretty much routine. Quite a bit of longarming, made it to the Tennessee conference but due to some unforeseen circumstances couldn't make the Nevada conference. But time has not stood still. Here we are at the end of August...already.
Here are some of the latest QOV's and a few others that have passed through the rollers of our longarm.
Some more QOV's
and even a baby quilt now and then. I just got the second of three from the quilter.
I've posted the above photo because, at least for me, this is what I like to see as a longarmer...this is the bottom, getting ready to sew in the last row of the pattern. It is not basted. Just laying there...flat. I'm very fortunate to get quite a few quilts from this group out of New York...this is pretty much the case for every quilt. I mention this because they come out of a marathon sew day. They produce numerous quilts, the jelly rolls were from last years marathon. They make lots of quilts with lots of quality. Always a pleasure to longarm for Southern Tier.