Wacala (AKA Mike from Littlefield).
His/her own captions.
Boring caption. I think it should be, "ACG finds that using pretty, brightly colored spinning machines improves production and keeps the workers' spirits up."
Seven a.m. in Lamb County.
I hate to be repetitive, but this is another one that National Geographic would pay good money for.
Gaby had asked what kind of quilting was done on the Paper Doll quilt below, and I didn't give a really good answer, but if you look at Sherry's blog and double click on some of the quilts she's done, you'll see a good variety of ways to stitch a quilt. There are swirls and leaf patterns and flowers and feathers and straight lines. There is even one with grapes and another with bumblebees. I don't think there is any limit to the designs you can use with the quilting machines, and she is very creative in making sure the design matches the theme of the quilt top.