Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Mt Bachelor Quilters Guild & Quilt Winner


 Look! This was for me!! I was thrilled to be sharing in Bend, Oregon on Monday night. 
 Oh look, there's my first quilt. I made that in my first quilt class with Jean Wells. 
My program was 10 Reasons I quilt. I shared about 20 quilts. 

 There's my Jubilee quilt. (heavily inspired by Gwen Marston)


 My string quilt started in a class with Gwen Marston. 
 My Ohio sampler- just finished this past week. (I'll show you all up close and personal on Friday!)

I'd love to come and visit your guild if you are looking for a lecture or workshop. 
I had a wonderful time and the guild women were so welcoming and inspiring. I took a few photos of their show and tell, but I hit delete on my phone instead of send. Aargh!! 

Without Further ado the winner of the little basket quilt left this comment:


JanetD from Idaho you are the winner! Please send me your mailing address and I'll get it in the mail.
Thanks for all the well-wishes and encouraging comments!! I appreciate each one.

Come back Friday to see lots of close ups of my Ohio sampler. I love it!

19 comments:

  1. All of your quilts are great - I bet the guild were thrilled to have you. Can't wait to see some close ups of your Ohio sampler.

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  2. What an honor and your quilts are beautiful, and wonderful that you can inspire others to quilt.
    Me, I would freeze up and not be able to speak, lol.

    Debbie

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  3. I'll bet you give an inspiring and enjoyable program.
    Looking forward to seeing more details of your Ohio Sampler.
    Congrats to JanetD!

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  4. I would have loved to have been there!

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  5. Dear Lori,
    what a treat to see your quilts in original. Congratulations to Janet, you are so lucky.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  6. It's a real pleasure to admire your quilts ! Beautiful...
    Congrats to Janet ! :)

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  7. Lori tus edredones , son tan bonitos!!!
    felicidades a Janet
    saludos

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  8. I look forward to seeing your completed Ohio sampler quilt!

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  9. Great Eye candy! I'll mention your name to my Guild. Is Walla Walla too far to come?

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  10. Sounds like a good topic for a quilt guild! Love seeing your quilts so I can only imagine how interesting it would be to hear you talk about them in person.:)

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  11. How exciting to see my name as the winning draw, thank you so much Lori. I sent an email to the address in your profile. I'm looking forward to seeing the details on the Ohio Sampler quilt, it's beautiful.

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  12. Oh Lori your quilts do inspire!

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  13. I'd love to see your quilts in person. I'll bet that guild was wowed by them. Your Sampler quilt looks amazing. Can't wait to see it in detail.

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  14. What lucky ladies to be in attendance at your trunk show - I love seeing these! Congrats to JanetD

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  15. Lucky quilters in Bend! I would have loved to see your quilts up close and personal and to hear you talk about them!

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  16. I would love to see your wonderful quilts. Too bad you are so far away!

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  17. I love your Ohio sampler Lori. and I wish I could be there to see your quilts

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  18. I would have loved to have been in Bend for your talk! A friend who lives there already gave me a report; she enjoyed seeing your quilts and thought I would have too. Why, YES!

    Looking forward to Ohio on Friday!

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