Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Amazing Time in NYC

I got home late last night. I had a heck of time driving 2 1/2 hours home after a long flight but I did make it!

Amazing friends:


Amazing quilts:


Amazing city:


This vacation has been tops as far as making wonderful memories. 

32 comments:

  1. Oh Lori I know you had a fabulous time. Making memories with friends and beautiful quilts = bliss.

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  2. What a wonderful experience! When I called, they said there wasn't a book but I've heard now there will be. I'm really happy about that but your experience was way better!

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  3. What an awesome display! So glad you got to go and enjoy it! Did you know there is an app for that display now?

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  4. Great quilts! Bet that was neat to see so many quilts with such a graphic tie to each other.

    As far as driving, it was probably easier than actually driving in NYC traffic!

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  5. Wasn't it amazing?! So happy to have met you, but, dang, we didn't get a pic together :(

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  6. Sounds like you had an amazing time!! How fun to meet so many fellow bloggers. The quilts look incredible! Will there be more pictures?? please??

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  7. Hi Lori- looks like the adventure continued after we left. Fantastic to meet up with you and thank you soooooooooooo much for my little quilt. It is a keeper as are you.
    Will post pictures of us later.

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  8. Glad you had a great time and are safely home. I'm enjoying the online show!

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  9. Ohh, lucky girl! I'm devouring each and every picture. I love the simplicity of red and white quilts. Is this something they do every year? Or was is a special once in a lifetime and I missed it?

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  10. looks like you've enjoyed quite the red and white extravaganza~!!~
    glad you're home safe and sound.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  11. I would have liked to go to the show, but I don't do big cities, lol.

    Debbie

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  12. Is that Barb from Fun with Barb? How cool!!! I'm betting she would be an awesome quiltshow mate!
    I saw the Martha Stewart show segment on the show the day before yesterday, and it's such an amazing display!! SOOO glad you had a great experience with it!!
    I'll just bet we see some red and white cropping up here at Humble Quilts! :-D
    Blessings,
    Mary Lou

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  13. it was just incredible,
    I am so sorry our schedules didn't work out to be there the same day...
    Happy that you had a wonderful time and were able to see this in person.
    no words to really describe it is there?
    Kathie

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  14. A great exhibition...looks like lots of fun.

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  15. It's wonderful that there is so many bloggers sharing the exhibit, what an amazing experience. I heard a rumor that it could travel to other countries.

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  16. I have to agree with my friend Jean, she said "this is like missing Woodstock or the March on Washington or someother big event. I should have gone, I should have dropped everything and rushed to NYC to see this amazing exhibit!" But thanks to everyone who is sharing their experience and pictures for all of us to enjoy.

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  17. Wow, you lucky lady, I would have loved to see it and what a good excuse to visit NYC. Have you ever been to New York before?

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  18. Lucky, lucky you. I love New York. I was there a few years ago and noticed that everyone visiting there was as excited as we were, visitors from overseas as well as those from another US state. So much to see and so much to do.

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  19. Welcome home from one of the trips of a lifetime. Thank you for these photos. You've shared some really great photographs, Lori. You have a good eye and captured quite a lot for us to see. And I have to say that, of course, there's nothing better than having good friends to share with. A moment like this is meant to be shared! :) Congrats to all y'all.

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  20. I am so "red" with envy!! Can't wait to hear all about it!

    Bonnie

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  21. Glad you had a glorious time!

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  22. Looks like you had such a good time! I love all your pics! What gorgeous quilts!!

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  23. Glad you had a wonderful time and got to meet up with friends, AND made it home safe and sound. The quilt show looks just amazing, and can't wait to hear your impression of it!

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  24. I've enjoyed reading about this exhibit on several blogs. There's a similar impression of awe and amazement from so many who saw all those red and white beauties in person. And I can't get over how many of you were able to meet blogging friends. Love the photos!

    I'm so glad you were able to get to NYC to see it, Lori.

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  25. Looks like you had a fabulous time in New York! What fun! I am jealous!

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  26. Looks like you had an amazing time. The exhibit seems to have been a success. So many of you have been there. Thanks for sharing some pictures with me. Awesome quilts. Wishing I would have time to make at least one replica :).

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  27. You had a fabulous time! Love all the red and white quilts together! Can only half guess how that must have been for real...

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  28. Wonderful pics and what a fine trip you had!

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  29. It was so fun to see you again!!
    thank you for my pin cushion it is sooo cute.
    Come back soon!!! Or we'll come your way....xoxo

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  30. What a wonderful experience..to see the show in person and meeting up with fellow bloggers! :)

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  31. How wonderful you were able to see this amazing exhibit! Thank you for sharing your experience.

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  32. Isn't it nice that the quilt blogs have linked up so many quilters who may never have met. Yet alone gotten to know one another and cheered each other on. :)

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