Quilter's Creative Touch for Juki

Over the weekend my husband got the computer hooked up to my long arm.  I have figured out how to turn on the tablet, though it took me a bit to figure out how to unlock the screen (thanks, Google). You should know that you have to call Grace to actually register the program.  No code comes with it.  I have imported design files, but haven't quite mastered how to set up a pantograph.  I've joined a Facebook group and watched lots of video tutorials.  I think I'm going to sew up a few Quilts for Kids  quilts and then practice the quilting on those before I tackle anything fancier.
In case you're wondering, here are the designs that come preloaded on the software.  The first group of pictures are all block designs.

Check out "Kevin" in the upper right.  When would you use this on a quilt!!!???
 These are the continuous line/pantographs that are preloaded.

 These are the triangle blocks.

These are the border sets.
My husband finished setting up my ironing board.  It's nice not to have to move all my cutting stuff any time I want to press something.
I started and finished quilting the hand-pieced bowtie quilt for a customer.  

I'm enjoying lots of flowers still.  I guess all this rain we've been getting is good for something.

So many milkweeds!

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