I was stomping around the house and noticed the kids doing the same thing making fun of me. Little savages. I guess I need to get mad more often so they can learn to fear my wrath! Mu hahahahaha (that is insane laughter). The roll above is at a slant as it is quite large. I am kinda worried about having to send it back since it was addressed to my business. I am walking a thin rope with my sewing gig. I am pretty scared I will get my APO privileges taken away if they think I am using it for a business. I never sell to Australians, so it is not like I am making a massive profit from the local economy. And I sew for so many widows, and they don't pay anything at all (unless they want a bunch of bags, then I do charge a little) if it comes down to the nitty gritty, I guess I can put this sewing gig on hold until next year when/if we move....but I just don't know what I would do with myself and my massive roll of plastic batting if I couldn't sew for others! I love it...it is what I am....ahhhh. OK, that is off my chest. I really am not too crazy and I am fairly sure everything will be fine, and I really want you ALL to try Quilter's Dream Cotton for your next quilting project. You will love it as much as I do, I am pretty sure.
This quilt is also stacked with the last bit of my cotton batting. It is going to be for a friend who is a massive Green Bay Packer Fan. See the green and gold? Her husband is a NY Giant fan, notice the blue? The back is white. It has little bits of ACU in it as well. I picked up the "String Quilts" by Gwen Marston last night from the APO and had this top finished before going to be at 2030. It was really very fun to make. Part of me wants to tie it instead of quilt it, but I love the quilting part of making quilts.