QUILTER JAN

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Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Chickens Quilt Top Finished!




The Chickens from Buggy Barn are finished as a quilt top and now are ready to be quilted. My multi-talented husband will do that job on our Little Gracie Pro II with Juki machine. He does such a good job, when he has time. The outdoor jobs are taking a lot time this summer, so he's not getting many minutes on the machine. It's so dry and no rain, so he's trying to keep everything alive with watering them.

I feel so sorry for the people in the mid-west---they don't all have the air-conditioning, I don't think like we do in the South. They were talking about Heat Indices in the 120+. That is awful. Hope it will end soon. Our temps here in Northern Texas have been 100+ for many days now and we need rain so badly. Heat Indices in the 100 - 105+ range. Maybe higher!



Hope you can stay in where it is cool!



Let quilting help you make someone smile!



Jan

4 comments:

Allie said...

It seems to be TX everywhere these days, lol, or maybe more like Georgia - I lived in both places, and I think GA had lots more humidity. I remember walking outside and having my glasses fog up regularly, and that's what we're having right now. It's really awful for the seniors without a/c. I'm loving your chicken quilt so much!

Terry said...

Your chickens are wonderful! It was 95 her today with a heat index of 106. And when Brian went to bale hay he said it was 114. That's just too hot for us here in Ohio. Hopefully it will cool off back into the 80s soon!

quiltmom said...

I love your chicken quilt- Kim from Kim's big quilting adventure made it a couple of summers ago and I bought the pattern book.
Have I made it yet- no but it is on my someday list- LOL My list does not seem to get smaller.
Very fun quilt- thanks for sharing.
Regards,
Anna

Jeanne said...

Love your chickens quilt! I have a chicken quilt on my 'to do' list. This week is supposed to be cooler in Michigan. It's been a hot, dry and muggy summer.