February 15, 2014

A lovely stack of quilts, just waiting for bindings.

My long arm quilter has a couple of vacations planned.  Right now, she's in Connecticut, visiting her daughter, and in March she and her hubby are going on a cruise.  Before she left for CT, she concentrated on getting some of my quilts back to me.  She still has two!  She's a wonderful gal and I really like working with her.  Before I found her I tried four other long arm quilters.  Two weren't any good, and two quilted the wrong pattern on the quilts I'd entrusted to them.   

The top one and the bottom one are commissioned quilts, I'll get them done first, and get them in the mail, once payment is received.  The larger center quilt is for my daughter, Carrie, and the other two are just because I made them quilts.
May your bobbins always be full,


  1. YIKES! You sure have been busy, Jan! I cannot imagine handing over a quilt to someone and then have them do a poor job of quilting! I must break your heart.

  2. Oh my goodness! I've never heard of a longarmer making such mistakes! That is scary. Glad you found someone you can trust. That stack looks gorgeous. Can't wait to see more!


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