I had a lot to do on my return home. I had two big queen quilts to quilt for Pat. I wanted to get them done so that I could take them with to a planned trip to Bear Cabin Inn where I was meeting up with friends from Phoenix.
I did get them done, but not without a hiccup. Measure twice, cut once is a lesson I keep having to learn. I measured out lengths of backing--Pat had bought lots of homespun yardage to use for backing. I sewed the lengths together, loaded them on the longarm frame...and I thought it looked a little short. I place the quilt top on the backing, and it is--very short. I had to take it off the frame and add pieces to each of three lengths. Arrrggghh! No pictures of the finished quilts. I meant to do that at the retreat where we could have tall people hold up the quilts, but forgot.
Got back and quilted a top for Yetta, who had so kindly donated a number of tops for Dr. Kaufman, and also a finished quilt.