Marty Feldman by the time I was done. LOL! Scott kept coming in and saying "I don't know how you are doing it." We did try shutting off the lights and using a sidelight, but it was still difficult. I could see what I had JUST quilted, but not what I was quilting or where I was going very well.
I would just switch back and forth from lights on and off. It ended up being a little more time consuming than I thought it would. I love how those borders turned out, so it was worth every second!! I would do it again! Here's a pic before it was quilted. I almost forgot to take one.
Another beauty that was hard to part with.
So I'm still quilting like a mad woman here. I've been staying up until 2:00 - 4:00 in the morning quilting lately. It's starting to wear on me a bit now. Thankfully I have the best clients in the world!! Everyone has been super patient and understanding. I admittedly get a big fat E for scheduling quilts. I failed miserably at that. I feel terrible about not getting quilts done as quickly as I thought I would. On the bright side, I learned much about the process. I'm scheduling myself much more time in between quilts for the future.
Is everyone ready for Christmas? I'm as ready as I'm going to be. Hopefully, I can post some pics of decorations before Christmas. Oh, figured out the problem with my machine. Easy fix, just took a lot of time. I lost a day of precious quilt time. AND yes, I ordered extra O rings from A-1 just in case I have another melt down again. :-)