I just finished two big quilts for Eddie -really big. The kind that won't even fit on my design wall. After a while when I advance the quilt on the longarm machine I wonder, is this the last row? - nope, is THIS the last row? - NOPE, is THIS the last row? NOPE! You get the idea. But they turned out well and Eddie was pleased. The first one she called Flock of Geese but I don't know the designer. I used mostly a kind of selective continuous curve for the quilting design. I wanted to avoid stitch in the ditch which would have taken forever.
The second one is even bigger than the first. Eddie called it Heart and again I have no idea of the pattern designer. This was for her daughter and it was fun doing lots of feathers and hearts and girly stuff.
The colors are a little off in the pictures, but it is very pink.
I have been exiled from my studio - the heater died. Of course it is now snowing and turning really cold so I have had to move in to the dining room to work. I brought my sewing machine in and figured I might as well use my time in exile to get some of my own projects done. Poor Arabella the Longarm machine is shivering out there by her lonesome. I hope they get the heater fixed soon because I really don't want to get behind.