Tuesday, February 22, 2011

So Many Irons in the Fire

Thank you so much for all your wonderful messages and well wishes on my last post!  I so appreciated them.

Busy, Busy, Busy but getting little accomplished.

Here is are project updates -

waste not, want not.  I had to piece 2 sections of batting before I can baste my Abe Lincoln quilt.


What a good helper -


Here are sneak peaks on 2 different small quilts, one a challenge and one a swap  - can't tell you which is which....



 Making slow progress on my Mother's Garden quilting.



Gathering up about 3o quilts to take to a local quilt guild to present  a trunk show on Wednesday night.



all under the watchful eye of you know who.


Hoooray!  My son, Andrew, received an acceptance letter from Ramapo College for next fall.  Great job, Andrew!  We're waiting to hear about housing (fingers crossed).  We may be empty nesters next fall.

Have a great week.

23 comments:

  1. I am THRILLED for Andrew YEAH!!!!! lots of wonderful news at your house!

    oh your sneak peaks look great! can't wait to see the whole quilts!
    Have fun at the trunk show that will be fun for you to hear all the oohs and aaahs over your quilts
    Kathie

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  2. Great job Andrew!!! I know you must be so proud of him.

    Love all your projects that you are doing under the "Watchful eye"

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  3. It loks like Coco is still being a terrific helper! LOL

    I'd love to see your trunk show. I'm sure it will be wonderful.

    Looking forward to the challenge /swap reveals.

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  4. Always fun to see your projects. You really need to try the new product for joining batting edges--it is fusible! Would give you more time for other more fun things!

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  5. Wow! You quilts all look great together. Hope we get to see pix of your trunk show. Congratulations to your son!

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  6. I wish I was going to be at your guild! I can only imagine the treat that everyone else is going to experience!
    Congratulations to your son, Andrew!

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  7. I want to come to the guild meeting on Wednesday! I'm pouting in IN.

    Congrats, Andrew!!!

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  8. Yay for Andrew! Great news!
    Your work is just beautiful!-how you do all that you do is beyond me.,, look at that pile of gorgeous quits! Vie decided that I'm going to restrain myself more this year and not give away so many quilts. I'm serious. I have a real problem with this, I need to keep some! I have very little to show for my work. That is good n bad...
    I adore the valentine from your friend and you looked so beautiful on your wedding day. Xo

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  9. Love how the critters help us out! Can't wait to see your challenge and swap. Your MG looks beautiful. Wish I could see your trunk show and congratulations to your son!

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  10. Oh I want to come to your trunk show too!! I look forward to seeing your challenge/swap quilts. :0)

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  11. Congrats Andrew!!!

    I really want to come to the trunk show. Looks awesome.

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  12. Congratulations to your son and wow your are busy, love all the quilts stacked up.

    Would love to come and see your trunk show

    Christine

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  13. The trunk show looks so appealing... wish we could all be there. Coco is a watchful help! And congrats to your son.

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  14. Coco found some sunshine! What great news for your son, it's hard being empty nesters in the begining. I wouldn't mond being at the trunk show, it's a bit far though.

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  15. Kudos to Andrew!! Love the sneak peeks. I can't imagine having 30 quilts available to have a quilt show, I think I have maybe 5 LOL. Sure wish I could be there to see them all :0)

    Crispy

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  16. Darn .... would love to see your trunk show! Have a great time and those little peaks are interesting.

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  17. I would love to see your trunk show. You have such interesting quilts & stories to go with them.

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  18. I sneaked onto my Dad's computer to read up on you...Wish I was going to your trunk show! It looks fabulous all folded up!

    In stitches,
    Teresa :o)

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  19. Congratulations to Andrew -- and to you too Mom! And a Barb trunk show -- looks like tons of fun!

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  20. Oh would I love to see your trunk show! Just the peak was fun! Congrats to Andrew!

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  21. What a teaser you are! I'm looking forward to the reveal.

    I sure wish I could have gone to your trunk show. :)

    Congrats to Andrew!

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  22. Oh how I wish I could be at your trunk show! Your Mother's Garden is looking great. Congrats to you son.

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  23. Your Mother's Garden quilting is so pretty. I can't wait to see the finished project! :) I think you're doing a great job with your two quilting projects as well. Keep up the good work and by the way, it's nice to know that your dog is keeping your company. ;)

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