Friday, November 30, 2007

One Down, Many To Go!

I'm headed out the door for an afternoon of massages...I work this out so I am home quilting in the morning, and doing massages in the afternoon so I have concentrated time on each...for those of you wondering how I do it!

I've been working on Susan Cox's beautiful star chain quilt! Feathered to death....it's going to be beautiful on her bed. I hope she likes it as much as I do!

I downloaded a new book on MP3 today. Anyone familiar with the "Mrs Murphy Mysteries" by Rita Mae Brown? I'm listening to "Cat's Eye Witness". Interesting charactors so far, and a very fun lighthearted listen. Love the animal's personalities and how they "talk".

I'd love to listen to the whole series, but they don't have them all available. Guess I might have to actually READ them!


  1. Your quilting on it is just beautiful!!

  2. I work with Susan and she sent me to your blog, and you did a really fantastic job! The feathering is gorgeous.

  3. Ohhh Bonnie, just gorgeous! I just love the quilting, it finishes it off just perfectly. You're truly amazing!

  4. wow im looking at your quilt in awe its gorgeous, and the colours, so yummy

  5. Your work is awesome -- you have brought an already beautiful quilt top to a whole new level. All of the time consuming featherwork is gorgeous :)

  6. Thanks for all the great info on the "mystery rail fence" and the pics of your customer quilt.I love to see what other longarmers come up with for their clients tops.Looks fabulous, I'm sure she will swoon! And yes.....we WERE wondering how you do it all!! I will be watching you all closely on this very interesting mystery..Do you require any sleep at all???:)

  7. The quilting on this pretty quilt is simply outstanding! Gorgeous :-)


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