First thing I want to say is Thank You for your advise on how to correct my tension on the longarm. I had already went ahead and finished quilting this baby quilt before I read everyone's suggestions so I'm going try them tomorrow.
I do not like how it looks but I tell myself we all have to start somewhere and only practice will help me improve.
The binding on so went ahead and washed the little quilt. Was hoping that somehow the wash would make it look better but that didn't happen as you can see.
It will be just fine and useful.
Up on the wall this morning was the Blue Stash Buster Arrow.
After I was done with the baby quilt and some housework, went to work on putting the blocks and rows together.
Have that part done and the border pieces ready to be sewn on and will get to that tomorrow.
This evening when I went to lock up the chickens, looked out into the pasture and could see the ground fog developing and figure I would try to capture it.
Not as pretty as it was when I first seen it. By the time I went back to get the camera the light was getting poor.
Still think it's a cool shot with the silhouette of cattle in the foreground.
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