One huge benefit of quilting and blogging is the friends you meet. This weekend was no exception. After a difficult few weeks it really was what my heart needed.
This quilt belonged to a student who had taken a class with Sujata in WA state and brought it to share.
Someone did this in awesome indigoes. (why didn't I think of that?!?!)
I met Merry from Mt Vernon. She has participated in my little quilt swap.Moonbear Design and Quilting. She quilted my Flags of the American Revolution quilt for me and did an outstanding job.
Here's the blocks I made in Sujata's Windmill class.
A little buzz on sudafed and coffee goes a long way! I do want to add one more row so it is square.Shhdesigns blog. She is from Canada and has come several years in a row. Thanks for the cool gift, Sandi! I got it from Anna.
Lining up my Stitches blog, and I have quite a bit in common, but she is much quieter, gentler and reflective than I am. Both our moms had Alzheimer's, we are quilters, bloggers and runners. Thanks for being such a good listener and putting up with my many tears on Thursday.
Kathy from Material Obsession! I do believe this is the third year (maybe 4) that I've seen her at Sisters. If she is coming next year I'm taking a class from her!! She is so sweet and creative! Her quilts are off the chart!!
I have all week to show you quilts, but this is what got me through the weekend. Thank you all for your sweet comments on all my blog posts! I read every one, but have not had time to respond.
Make it a wonderful week.