Thursday, January 17, 2013

Big Stack O' Quilts

Look here!! A little stack and a big stack. All washed up and ready to be displayed at Quiltworks in Bend, Oregon for the month of February.
February 1 is the First Friday Gallery Reception and I will be the Featured Quilter along with the Woolie Mammoths. Now I'm not sure if Anna started that group, but her blog has the same name. I look forward to meeting her and other quilters from Central Oregon. If you are anywhere close I'd love to meet you!!

PS- the quilt hanging in the background is Primitive Primer by Jan Patek
PSS- I'm not leaving for Ohio until next Tuesday!!

39 comments:

  1. FUN FUN FUN....Wont be able to make it for first Friday but hope to be over there Presidents weekend, so I will go in and see...you leave next Tuesday? for how long? nothing like flying in in time for your reveal? Have fun!

    Hope the back is feeling better...I know what you are dealing with....I am now dealing with arm and leg issues...making a call to the doctor as I am tired of this numbness...it all started when my back started spasming last month.

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  2. Oh, I wish I lived near you. I would love to see your exhibit!! Have fun.

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  3. What fun! I wish I lived close enough to see the exhibit in person!

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  4. Congrats Lori, I too wish I was close enough! I can't wait to hear all about it.

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  5. What a pile of yumminess! Congratulations on being recognized for your work by being featured.

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  6. Guilty. I did start it and love the women who come from all over Central Oregon twice a month. We are really excited to share the evening with you and finally will get to meet.

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  7. That is so neat! I also wish I could come to visit the shop while they are up. In the mean time, I will be checking your blog for the QAL, which I'm planning to do this year.

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  8. Oh, and what nice stacks those are! Have a great time!

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  9. What a great picture! Big stacks of quilts are tantalizing - I want to open them all up and have a look :0) How exciting to be the featured artist!! I wish I could come. Have a marvelous time in the spotlight :0)

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  10. TAKE YOU CAMERA!!! We want to go too!! Love your big (and little) stack of quilts...now just fluff them out a bit and take SEVERAL more pics! haha
    P

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  11. How nice that you will be a featured quilter. You have done so many nice quilts that it is bound to be a good display. The Primitive Primer quilt is one I have the patterns for but have not made. I hope you will show a full picture of that some time soon.

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  12. What a great stack! Sure wish I could come down and see those quilts in person.

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  13. Look at that wonderful pile!! If they want to take a tour, I'd love to have them at my house! :o) Congrats on being featured!

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  14. That is so fun! Just look at that stack of quilts, wow! Wish I could see them all in person. Have a great time.

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  15. I'll trade you your stacks for my stack...ha.....I'm sure the answer would be NO!!

    Congrats for your feature showing!!

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  16. Congratulations for being the " featured quilter". How lucky for everyone in that area to enjoy your wonderful quilts. Take pictures so the rest of us can enjoy the display.

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  17. we will all want to see pictures of your "featured quilter" show......i'm sure all that attend are in for a wonderful treat......enjoy your vacation!

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  18. Congratulations on being the featured quilter! If it weren't winter, I'd drive over the mountains to see the display. I hope you post pictures.

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  19. I'd love to rifle thru your stacks! They look yummidy.

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  20. How exciting to be the featured quilter - your quilts are beautiful and sure to be well recieved. I'm a little jealous to not see them in person *s*

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  21. How exciting to be a featured quilter! Please take pictures to share... would like to see all the quilts in your two stacks!

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  22. I wish I could go, way to far to drive.
    Someday I will have to get out there, such a beautiful area and Anna is building a bedroom in her new house, for me, lol.

    Debbie

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  23. Wonderful Lori! You will have to take lots of pixs to share with us too far away to attend. I love that you are having this honor!!

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  24. What an honor. You do such beautiful work so it will be nice for others to see it. Hugs

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  25. Very exciting! I hope you get a chance to go by and see all your quilts hanging up so you can thoroughly enjoy the fruits of your labor! Congratulations!

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  26. Congratulations Lori on being a featured Quilter. Wishing I lived near you . I would be there.!

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  27. I wish I was nearby and could come see your quilts on display. I hope you will share it with us in photos!

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  28. Love your stacks of quilts, big and small. Have a fabulous exhibit - and safe travels!

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  29. Lori,

    I'm really looking forward to seeing you and your quilts. Have fun in Ohio!

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  30. How fun!! I'm looking forward to the day when I get to meet you!!

    Blessings

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  31. Congratulations on the honor of being featured! I WISH I COULD see them in person!

    Lucy~

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  32. Featured quilter, that's wonderful. Be sure to take pictures and share with us.

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  33. How wonderful for you. I hope there will be lots of pictures.

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  34. Way to go, Lori!

    I doubt if Iʻll make it "over the mountains", but Iʻll be thinking of you and all your appreciative fans on that date. You have lots of wonderful stuff to share. Will catch up later when you post the pix.

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  35. how fun, I wish I could be there to see them.
    Can you post photos of the display? congrats

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  36. I wish I could be there to see your fantastic quilts in person. Congrats.

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  37. Congratulations! How wonderful to be the featured quilter! Wishing I could be there!!

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  38. I'm going to try to get up to Bend so I can see your quilts on display! What a great honor, Lori! You deserve it!!!

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