Sunday, August 18, 2013

Wrapping up the weekend!

Good evening !  I managed to get a lot done this weekend.  I finished cleaning out 2 closets, quilted a couple of quilts for myself (I'll get them posted in another day or two), painted our sport court and got in a couple of power walks with our dog, Penny.   The girls had girlfriends over all weekend so everyone is happy.  Yeah!
 
Here are a couple more I finished up last week.  The first one here is by Karol.  I did some custom quilting on this one.  Point to Point curves and a design called Egypt.  A shiny honey gold thread by Glide and cotton batting.  The second one is by Linda.  We went out of her comfort zone a little bit with the dark cherry thread.  The design is called Eternal Flame and Dream Puff batting is in the middle (she is allergic to wool). 
 
Really nice work ladies!  Hope you like the way they turned out.  Take care,
Richla
 
Oh and on another note, I am selling my cutting/storage table.
It is white with 7 deep drawers on one side; 4 doors on the other side for cutting paper and ribbon storage and 10 additional doors on the main body for all the storage. When I emptied it out, it filled up 2 closets. The top is a brown granite laminate with a nice size hole to push all your trash into. Of course, the trash can is hidden nicely behind one of the doors. There are two sections where you can hang all of your rulers. With Home Depot and the help of several people, I probably ended up spending about $1800 building it. I would like to sell it for $500 OBO. The white paint needs some touch up since there are a few scratches/scuffs on it. Other than that, it is in really good shape. It will take a couple of trips with a pickup truck or a U-haul to get it to your house and you will need 4 strong men to carry the body of the table into your house and then of course it has to be assembled. My handymen and his crew could get it done if you are interested and would probably cost you about $100 or so to do all of that. I would have to verify that number with them.
Here are the measurements: 80 inches x 85 inches x 38 inches tall. Let me know if you are interested
 







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