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Farm.Quilt.Homeshool.

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Today is the 20th of December and Christmas is right around the corner. We have been so busy around with our animals, quilting and homeschooling. The Cat  below (Milo) was gone for 3 days on a male cat hiatus. So he was just neutered and we hope that he stays closer to home from here on out. Truthfully I think he was trapped in a sheep house about a mile down the road. If you are wondering that is a Coon Hound next to him in the chair his name is Whiskers.
 Below is Bella she is our Mother Guinea Pig  Here is the whole lot of the Guinea tribe. Mom, Dad and 6 Piglets. The Chickens love to help the pigs out with their scraps.  I love Chickens And Yes that Handsome man is my Husband. I am very lucky to have such an amazing husband that supports anything I do. Including non-stop Quilting.
The pigs below are the Kune Kune Piglets they are a smaller pig than the Guinea. So farm life always comes with loss as well as new life.  We lost 5 of their siblings due to being crushed in the night b…

Eagle Quilt

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Thanksgiving has just ended and here I sit cider close by ready to get this next post out to you. It has been sitting in my "Unposted" box for a while. With 2 custom quilts on the board all of my other quilts fell behind. So it was a mad dash to get them completed and back to their homes. I am down to 2 quilts then I plan on working on some renovations and my own quilting with some teaching videos to come. The list is long for both.
Take a look at this amazing Eagle quilt below. This quilt was exciting and intimidating all in one.  This one is definitely a Custom Job. This custom quilt is no different from any other custom quilt. Which means the designing process took some time. Below it is hanging up ready and waiting to be put on the frame quilted.  The applique on this quilt was perfect.  Check out the stitches from the back on the picture below.  Time to get started.  Once the quilt is loaded and all flat. I feel that basting the quilt helps to keep tucks to a minimum …