I couldn't believe how quick she was! The worst part about the whole deal is putting the quilt top, batting, and backing all on the frames and making sure it is rolled up nice and straight. I think that ordeal took us about 2 hours, just to put it on the quilting frames.
Julie quilted all of it by herself and I think that it took less than 4 actual sewing hours. She did the cutest designs and just free handed it. This is a horrible picture because of the bad lighting, but here is her finished project. I had Kelsey take the picture and I told her not to get me in it, so she cut off my head. Not quite what I had in mind, but oh well. Good Job Julie!!! You have inspired me to get going on a few of my quilt tops.
I caught Kendal sitting on Kelsey's bed the other day just coloring away with one crayon and her favorite paper note pad. (Thanks for the birthday present Dad, she STILL loves it even though EVERY page is colored or scribbled on!)
Oh yeah, I have good news!! Amanda Lee is back in town and with 3 weeks of pictures and stories, and with high speed internet! Go check her blog out soon for a good laugh. Glad you are back girl!