That is going to be one beautiful quilt, Patsy. smiling
The light is a big help I am sure. Lovely quilt and sweet friend.I wish you and Bennie a nice weekend.
That is so nice. What a keepsake that quilt will be!
Patsy, what great pictures. Wonderful of Bennie to get the light with magnification. The quilt is lovely. Just love the colors. Anna is truly a sweet friend. Have a wonderful week-end.
She does expert work. That quilt is going to make someone's bedroom very pretty. ~:)
Such beautiful work! I can see that the light would be very helpful.
It will be lovely! :)
What a wonderful device this is!! Perfect for people who can't see very well or have bad light. She has a lot of patience.
Oh, Miss Patsy, what a wonderful thing! I so love to watch a bunch of ladies quilt, listening to the conversation and watching those quick, talented hands. There's just something your born with, i guess, for my Mammaw always said i was a "Born Cook," but I can't sew AT ALL. I'm the coffee-getter and the tea-pourer, for my stitches are quite a shame to behold. Embroidered a little when I was growing up, and still have a few pillowslips in the closet, painstakingly stitched with little odd lines to make Dutch children, or pansies or a rose. But the quiet contemplation of quilting, being there just you and the fabric and thread, whiling away the days in such a pretty task---I think that must be so wonderfully fulfilling and restful.When we moved into the "little house" on my first In-Laws' "place" in Mississippi, there were only two small bedrooms, and in the ceiling of one was a long rack-thing that would lower on pulleys, and could be set to swing at the height you wanted. My Dear first MIL said that FIL's Mama had pieced and quilted many a quilt in that sunny little room, with her "stories" on the radio, or maybe WMPS Memphis with the good country music.It's a wonderful thing to have good friends, isn't it?You and Mr. The Bennie have a wonderful JUNE!rachel
That lighting system is such a blessing. I sort of could use one of those when I do artwork anymore as I seem to get more blurry as the years pass by.
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